The multidisciplinary artist talks about finding herself through visual storytelling.
Pandering to the art world is no longer a prerequisite for success. Zandile Tshabalala has proved this in the last two years by exhibiting abroad before coming home
The Springs Art Gallery presents the Print Portfolio Exchange Exhibition. It features original work of 25 artists commissioned by the Soweto Arts Company
Her exhibition, ‘I Give Rocks’, rejects clean lines, is striking in its austerity and functional objects are rendered dysfunctional
Cape Town fine artist Charl-Christo Petersen never saw himself as that until lockdown, when he was able to take thoughts and feelings of many and put them down on canvas
Through the Lens Collective works away from the ‘instant’ photographer and the exploitative history of the medium
The exhibition ‘Options’ is a search by artist Nolan Oswald Dennis for humanity
The Sex exhibition, at Stevenson Gallery in Braamfontein, doesn’t go far enough to explain the problems specific to our generation.
Artist Moshekwa Langa’s own life inspired his latest installation, which speaks to "hidden histories".
The SEX exhibition attempts to unpack sex through a timeline of events that took place in South Africa in the past decade.
Milisuthando Bongela spoke to a Chicago photographer whose work pays homage to the art of African hair braiding.
The renowned South African artist has turned to silkscreening for his latest exhibition but his trademark touches remain.
Kicks and pricks aside, can Brett Murray’s work ever be read ignoring the brouhaha his Spear painting caused? The short answer: Maybe.
Rotimi Fani-Kayode’s exhibition – 25 years after his death – salutes an artist who shifted the lens on depicting black male homosexual relationships.
Muntu Vilakazi shoots from the hip for his debut exhibition that focuses on people enjoying good times in the townships of the East Rand.
Jade Klara says she loves "magic and fantasy. We’re bogged down with so much real life. It’s nice just to believe magic can happen."
While Nelson Mandela lies gravely ill, a grim tragi-comedy unfolds. A prominent political family is disassembling in public view.
The <i>Body World’s</i> exhibition will change the way you see your anatomy. Real human bodies are explored in remarkable, often unnerving, detail.
Terry Kurgan talks about her mid-career retrospective, including <em>Hotel Yeoville</em>, her most controversial photos and Joubert Park’s photographers.
<i>Dancing with Dada</i> as the start of a large-scale collaboration between someone who can move well and someone who can’t move at all.
Kentridge explains the planning — and the role of the unplanned — in his latest collaboration.
Omar Badsha is best known as a photographer and activist, but his exhibition offers insight into a neglected era of South African art and culture.
Marc Shoul gives <strong>Lauren Clifford-Holmes</strong> the lowdown on the creative process behind Flatlands.
Photographer Marc Shoul’s black-and-white <i>Flatlands</i> finds moments of poignant silence in the hustle and bustle of the Johannesburg CBD.
The World Cup has come and gone and Fifa’s officially endorsed exhibition, the <em>2010 Legacy</em> collection, is on display until the end of July.
After years of obscurity, William Kentridge has had her big break.That’s right — "her".
Nandipha Mntambo speaks to Anthea Buys about her obsession with all things bovine.
Illinois-based curator Tumelo Mosaka will present a non-commercial video project, titled <i>Here and Now</i>, at this year’s Joburg Art Fair.
Hugo Chavez is famous for nationalising farms, factories and oil rigs but his latest appropriation comes closer to body snatching.
Some would call Kentridge’s extensive pre-emptory delivery of material simulacral, others would call it a gratuitous tease.
Niren Tolsi yawns his way through an exhibition
that fails to interrogate Gandhi’s legacy.
Artist Lolo Veleko speaks to Kwanele Sosibo about the meaning of Wonderland.