Picture Africa is a 100% Textiles pavilion exhibition that zooms in on artists who use textiles and photography as a form of self-expression.
The M&G speaks to Kirsten Sims, a painter who illustrates, loves Dr Seuss’s whimsy and was raised in a context where nothing creative was ever wrong.
The SEX exhibition attempts to unpack sex through a timeline of events that took place in South Africa in the past decade.
Lefifi Tladi’s dream to preserve the memory of truly South African art for future generations to draw on is stillborn
Katlego Mkhwanazi celebrates the work of a Malian photographer who documented the country’s stylish youth.
Pretoria's Capital Arts Revolution is appropriating pockets of the capital for those still excluded from its mainstream culture.
Mail & Guardian photographer Oupa Nkosi pays tribute to the great Malian photographer.
Carla Busuttil’s latest exhibition looks at the quirks of South African suburban living and the exclusion of poor people from wealthy areas.
Jabu Nala learned to make Zulu clay pots from her famous mother. For her, the process of pottery is a moving, spiritual one.
Milisuthando Bongela spoke to a Chicago photographer whose work pays homage to the art of African hair braiding.
Angela Buckland’s photographs draw attention to a desperate situation that has become entrenched.
Immigrants flavour their pockets of the city in a way that the sterile suburbs fail to.
She is not a chef in the classical sense, but Mpho Masango can whip up any number of mouthwatering dishes on the fly.
Several groups have been established in Cape Town primarily to show off the work of black creatives who find themselves marginalised.
26 South African graphic designers have each recreated a letter of the alphabet. Here are some illustrations from the #GraphicArtMonth campaign.
Sales are up due to the neo-neocolonial raid on contemporary art from the continent, thanks largely to the growing popularity of global art fairs.
The Cape Town-based illustrator recreated the letter G for the online and social media campaign, #GraphicArtMonth.
Meditations on art and healing.
Graffiti has long been used as a form of protest, which a new generation in South Africa is discovering.