Anthea Buys

The quiet activism of exposing everyday fragility

German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans captures the mundane alongside the epic

Bopape rattles biennale cage

The South African artist’s new film about a rape challenges the curators and concepts of art

Thing of beauty: Athlone Power Station

It is not surprising that so many Capetonians were distraught about the collapse of the Athlone Power Station's two cooling towers in 2010.

Collection gets luxury objects down to an art

A new collaboration sees a handful of fine artists joining up with local designers to create unique designer objects.

The evolution of love

Anthea Buys was surprised that only two audience members walked out of the opening performance of Steven Cohen's Cradle of Humankind.

Observers of the settlers’ town

Mikhael Subotzky's new film brings the personal lives of Grahamstown's resident tour guides into the settler discourse.

Pedal at your peril

Riding a bicycle as a simpler, more efficient way to travel? Not in Cape Town, writes Anthea Buys.

Jo’burg art pick: April 29 2011

A Norwegian artists' collective will be invading the streets of Braamfontein.

Jo’burg art pick: April 22 2011

Seldom do local commercial galleries rummage through their storerooms to put on exhibitions.

Jo’burg art pick: April 8 2011

Donna Kukama positions her works as embodiements of intersubjective difference.

Jo’burg art pick: March 18 2011

Seldom do exhibitions curated as a footnote to conferences stimulate any more interest than the conferences themselves do.

Jo’burg art pick: March 11 2011

Brothers Humberto and Fernando Campana, who make up the industrial design duo Estúdio Campana, have an eye for junk.

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