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Matthew Krouse

Buying art at the fair?

We asked four people involved in the arts the important question:

Young Felix is one cool cat

There is at least one remarkable moment in the feel-good family drama, titled Felix.

Prayer for rage, justice and flight

Anita Khanna is the director of the TriContinental Film Festival, which is showing at cinemas in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town.

Cubist symphony in a citadel of corporatism

From the outside, Standard Bank's new building exemplifies the worst that architecture has to offer, but the inside is another story.

The stage set for magic with words

The man who provides a major outlet for poets explains why he is excited about Arts Alive.

Eleven new galleries exhibiting at Jo’burg Art Fair

The FNB Jo'burg Art Fair has launched, with an announcement that 11 new galleries would be showing work at the fair for the first time.

Jo’burg steps out

Dance Umbrella has opened doors for local dancers, shifting them out of their–and our–comfort zones

Top-flight printmaker takes off

Senzo Shabangu is going solo for the first time and his incursions into sculpture are going along for the ride.

Art and sex make meaningful bedfellows

The Sex Actually festival brings youngsters closer to the real issues they engage with daily, and nightly.

Artist’s strongest ?suit is black

Norman Catherine's introspective works leave room to wonder about the artist's state of mind in the current South Africa.

Jo’burg’s ghostly trail of Stones

Simon Stone’s works, often containing juxtapositions of seemingly unrelated images, resist easy ?interpretation by the viewer - and by the artist.

Artists get real about value

Arts and Culture Trust conference contributor Bev Gillespie explains that it is artists themselves who will decide how much creativity is worth.

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