A new exhibition, When Rain Clouds Gather: Black South African Women Artists, 1940-2000, held at the Norval Foundation, is a corrective to the previous systemic exclusion of Black women
Two exhibitions across downtown Jo’burg force a slower look at the famed artist’s work
A broader history and market-related education needs to be added to curriculums
Nadia Davids’s "What Remains" looks at a grim archaeological discovery as the site of a contest between "memory and history".
Gabi Ngcobo’s speciality is to contribute to global discussions about how best to curate art.
Using contemporary references, Johannes Phokela turns the Western canon on itself to comment on the power play.
Athi-Patra Ruga’s National Arts Festival show brings to mind a neo-avant-gardist catwalk display or an opening act for Lady Gaga, writes Athi Joja.
The Art History Department at the University of the Witwatersrand produces its first Wits History of Art portfolio.
<b>Mario Pissarra</b> explains how an ambitious project has set a new standard for dealing with competing art histories.