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‘From No Fixed Place’, a space appears

"Violence targeted at erasing the bodies of women tells us that their physical, emotional, and political and intellectual labour remains a threat".

The fine art of domesticating a revolution

As much as artists might rebel against it, art fairs and private enterprise are the new drivers

Capitalcentric art fairs are not for artists

"Africa’s relationship with art is a complicated and tumultuous one."

Art fair ­offers more than sales

South Africa’s art economy is lucrative, drawing international buyers.

Lady Skollie takes the art world beyond the white cube

The Jo'burg-based artist uses the digital arena to escape the "exclusive economy of art" and wants to be the queen of a sex empire.

Money talks: In art, now, the cart pulls the horse

The rapid growth of “art fairs” globally could either be the upside or downside of the future of the art industry, writes Melvyn Minnaar.

Cape Town art fairs tread a tenuous tightrope

Eclecticism in myriad forms reigned at two art events in the Mother City.

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