Jeremy Kuper

Choice. Click. Bait: An interrogation of the politics of power

Carla Busuttil’s latest exhibition looks at the quirks of South African suburban living and the exclusion of poor people from wealthy areas.

Dineo Seshee Bopape’s Slow -Co- Ruption in London

The exhibition gives an interpretation of the physical effects of having Alzheimer's and the emotional effect of losing your mind.

Sangomas’ power challenges state

An anthropologist schooled in traditional healing, Professor Robert Thornton, says it is deeply rooted in ideas and not science.

Muholi’s photographs a vehicle for those seeking sexual freedom

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.

Today’s Ponte: Drugs and gangsters, but mainly on TV screens

A series of images capturing the warts and warmth of Africa’s tallest housing block is up for a 2015 Deutsche Börse Photography prize.

Venice Biennale: View from the ground

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.

The structures that David Goldblatt values

Photographer David Goldblatt and Jeremy Kuper discuss old monuments and moves by students to have statues like that of Cecil John Rhodes removed.

Uncertainty clouds impact of new arts funding organisation

There are fears that the Cultural and Creative Industries Federation of SA is an attempt to control the industry through a centralised structure.

South African photography at the Barbican

South African photographers Nadav Kander and Guy Tillim interrogate the built environment to uncover its sensibilities alongside the sublime.

‘Savage beauty’ of the AK-47

SA's gun culture inspired Ralph Ziman to fetishise the Kalashnikov rifle in his gallery installation, "Ghosts" which takes aim at the arms industry.

Dark forces at work in Amsterdam

South African artist Ruan Hoffmann's recent residency at the Thami Mnyele Foundation in Amsterdam was an opportunity to get away, for a while.

Triumph for African modernism

The seminal exhibition by Meschac Gaba at Tate Modern dispels ­notions that African art is about the traditional or ­ethnographic.

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