From Instagrams to Twitter feeds, check out these five platforms dedicated to conversations on visual art, history and culture from the POC world.
We recently caught up with the US-born Nigerian artist and activist, whose work on show at Speaking Back tackles Nigeria's anti-gay law.
English designer Thomas Heatherwick shares his vision for Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, which he describes as a place of imagination.
From Mak 1 to DALeast, we profile some graffiti artists in Cape Town on Instagram who use this social media tool to showcase their work and process.
From Chris Brown and Karrueche Tran's fallout to former Generations actor's court headache, we round up this weekend's entertainment news.
From penguins to purses to prostheses – why not take a detour from big museums and try one of these intriguing alternatives?
Omar Badsha's photographs, on show at a retrospective exhibition in Cape Town, reveal an artist determined to show the humanity of his subjects.
Mocked and vilified as the woman who broke up the Beatles, Ono's long-awaited first solo show at MoMA reveals how groundbreaking her work has been.
Innovators and creatives will receive R500 000 worth of funding for projects that come up with solutions for local challenges through #cocreateSA.
South Africa now has its own impressive geoglyph, a monumental land artwork in the tradition of Peru’s mysterious Nazca lines.
Zanele Muholi has been shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse photography prize and sees it as an opportunity to put the LGBTI message on the world stage.
A new exhibition titled Post African Futures, explores the relationship between technology and culture in an African context.
SA's Breeze Yoko and the UK's Mary Evans chat to us about their work and the state of African art ahead of their group show "Towards Intersections".
The works of SA Pavilion's artists Mntambo, Lewis and Gunn-Salie bring the country's past and present issues into sharp focus at Venice Biennale.
Charlotte Higgins talks to Venice Biennale director Okwui Enwezor about Marxism, bigotry and how Rolls-Royce sponsorship squeezes into the mix.
Adrian Searle embarks on a long walk to enlightenment at this year's compendious Venice Biennale.
The winter exhibition cradles the opportunity to walk through a 15-hectare field filled with giant works of art.
The Kenyan pavilion at the Venice Biennale has became mired in controversy as five of the seven artists showing are Chinese, and one is Italian.
A new photographic project about the ‘lost Jewish tribe’ aims to open up awareness about Lemba ritual, custom and ethnicity.