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What nebulous factors decide the price of an artist’s work?

"When we talk about the value of art, people’s minds jump to the artists themselves: Who were they? What were they known for? Are they still alive?"

Gallery Momo: No titles enable your own take

An exhibition of works by well-known artists and newcomers at Gallery Momo liberates the viewer.

Dumile Feni’s exhibition a timely take on being black

With racism raging in the headlines, an exhibition of returned Dumile Feni works offers food for thought.

Art collecting with Albie Sachs

Former Constitutional Court justice Albie Sachs is bound to art and politics by love and lineage. He chats about this and his years of art collecting.

Repatriated ‘struggle’ work goes on show

A new travelling exhibition attempts to uncover "lost" South African art -- art that is unknown in its own home.

Known only by his absence

Life as an exile in Europe is illuminated through the eyes of artist Dumile Feni's daughter, who never met her father.

‘Through Feni I examine myself’

"You will not find a place in this country with so many artworks [made by one artist] ... even if it is by many artists, put together under one roof."

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