'Exhibit B' performers and theatre representatives have expressed anger over the shutting down of Brett Bailey's live exhibition.
Theatre director Brett Bailey feels that his right to address racism in his own creative way, as a white South African, has been challenged.
"Exhibit B" by South African artist Brett Bailey that displays black people as "artefacts recreated from history museums", has been cancelled.
Readers comment on Kebby Maphatsoe's character assassinations and protecting the public protector, and respond to a story on Brett Bailey's Exhibit B.
Theatre director Brett Bailey can't believe how "a global capital of democracy" has reacted to his works decrying objectification.
Stretching the translations to its limit, Brett Bailey removes the frills of Verdi's opera without taking from its beauty.
Brett Bailey reveals the thinking behind his site-specific interpretations of the ancient Greek tragedy Medea for European audiences.
Brett Bailey's new work recreates the museums and spectacles in Europe to which millions of people flocked to see "inferior" darker races.
Public art is gathering momentum, even as funding budgets are slashed and is taking over the Cape Town city centre.
Sophie the maid, artist Mary Sibande's creation, looks down at the Jo'burg CBD from various billboards.
Brett Bailey, curator of Infecting the City, speaks to the M&G about putting art in the path of the public.
For a few hours I thought I'd died and gone to heaven. It was 11pm on Friday night for a performance of House of the Holy Afro.
Brent Meersman takes a haunting walk through a Brett Bailey installation of Europe's history with Africa.
Bongani Ndodana-Breen's new opera tackles the complex character of a national heroine, writes Brent Meersman