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Walter Battiss: Back to the past for the future
Walter Battiss: Back to the past for the future
African art historians and critics have been preoccupied with modernism in African art, but there appears to be a misguided idea about the...
Google snaps up SA art for 'street' viewing
Google snaps up SA art for 'street' viewing
Local and international audiences will now have access to South African artwork and indigenous rock art from the comfort of their desks or...
On the trail of the quagga and the |Xam
On the trail of the quagga and the |Xam
Under a large overhang, near a 30m waterfall in a giant horseshoe, are paintings of a rain animal (a sort of distorted hippo) and a few shamans....
Faithful to its origins
Faithful to its origins
English statesman Sir John Barrow was right to say the rock art he saw in the Cape could not have been produced by uncivilised folk.

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