Mary Corrigall

Reward outweighs the risk for artists daring to go it alone

The success of galleries owned and run by the artists themselves has led to a re-examination of the business of art

How the Joburg Contemporary Art Foundation promotes ‘slow’ looking

The new Joburg Contemporary Art Foundation compels visitors to contemplate and luxuriate in art, writes Mary Corrigall

On Jackson Hlungwani: A close encounter with an artistic deity

A survey of Jackson Hlungwani’s practice presents a transcendental experience, even for non-believers

Online fairs change art market

Covid-19 could have a positive effect on the quality of artistic fare.

William Kentridge examines ‘hesitation’

The word “hesitate”, which recurs in the titles of both exhibitions of William Kentridge’s art at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art (Zeitz...

SA’s disconnect from Africa limits cultural landscape

South Africa’s identity issues are reflected in its lack of appreciation for pan-African art

Limits and freedom of non-free art

The Joburg Art Fair has evolved in the last decade, but the question is: Have they gone far enough?

Breaking free from migrant status

Ronald Muchatuta rejects labels and uses the checked bag to show how the migrants’ identity traps people

Overlooked late artist Albert Adams remembered

The artist did not seek popularity, but new exhibition ‘Bonds of Memory’ may be the collection that finally puts him on the art map.

Wayne Barker: A new image with change of medium

The renowned South African artist has turned to silkscreening for his latest exhibition but his trademark touches remain.

Temporary monuments for a society in transition

Johann van der Schijff's I to I questions the permanence of monuments and looks at alternative public art models.

Creating slogan art for the selfie generation

Ed Young’s tart one-liners are the toast of global art fairs, which are redefining how art is being made

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