FNB Jo'burg Art Fair

 
Rookie review: I’m made out of plastic here
Rookie review: I’m made out of plastic here
I support the commodification of art because artists should be able to earn a living from their creations. It’s the only way art can be taken...
Limits and freedom of non-free art
Limits and freedom of non-free art
The Joburg Art Fair sort of prepared us for Instagram. The visual overload of imagery during its inaugural opening in 2008, where Robin Rhode was...
Where there’s an ironclad will, there’s a way for Alatise
Where there’s an ironclad will, there’s a way for Alatise
Peju Alatise gets what she wants. In so doing, she does not suffer fools, back down from challenges or accept standards other than the ones she...
#CulturePop: Making noise and staying relevant with Fade and 'Pound Cake'
#CulturePop: Making noise and staying relevant with Fade and 'Pound Cake'
Social media has created bizarre camps out of us: cynics, sycophants and observers AKA serial ReTweeters. If we aren’t all agreeing, then we’re...
Art and about: 10 art fairs not to miss
Art and about: 10 art fairs not to miss
Three Cape Town events next month – That Art Fair, the Guild International Design Fair and the Cape Town Art Fair – herald the start...
Art fair creates a unified front for South African art
Art fair creates a unified front for South African art
We asked leading art experts what impact the FNB Joburg Art Fair has had on the art scene since its inception.
Art fair: Anthea Moys tests the limits
Art fair: Anthea Moys tests the limits
The performance artist says the idea came from her fascination with how we play and work together, and how we make, abide by, break...
Ponte City and the urban myth
Ponte City and the urban myth
"Everybody's got a Ponte story," says photographer Mikhael Subotzky. Many of these can be found in Ponte City, his book collaboration with...
FNB Art Fair: Lagos looks are deceiving
FNB Art Fair: Lagos looks are deceiving
This year's Joburg Art Fair zooms in on Nigeria by featuring five contemporary photographers from the LagosPhoto Arts Festival of photography. ...
Rubbish puts art in its place
Rubbish puts art in its place
Kenyan artist Cyrus Kabiru is a painter and sculptor best known for his Afro-futurism series, C-Stunners, an ongoing project consisting of...
[Video]Ayanda Mabulu on Marikana painting: The battle of expression continues
[Video]Ayanda Mabulu on Marikana painting: The battle of expression continues
[ARCHIVE] Artist Ayanda Mabulu, in a 2013 interview with M&G, talked about the controversy surrounding his 'Black Man’s Cry' painting

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