The National Portrait Gallery in London has unveiled a new portrait of Amy Winehouse by South African-born, Netherlands-based artist Marlene Dumas.
Marlene Dumas's art is often perplexing, but one can pore over the images for hours.
Marlene Dumas tells Anthea Buys why she paints the human figure, but won't do copulation.
Marianne Fassler, whose latest collection was inspired by Marlene Dumas, talks trends with Lynley Donnelly.
A kaleidoscope of African images and themes is a fitting backdrop for the debate the Jo'burg Art Fair, which opened to the public on Friday, has sparked about what it means to be African and an artist. The fair also has the art world buzzing about tensions between art and commerce.