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Creating a broader art scene

Fairs such as Art Joburg and Latitudes are giving a diverse range of artists greater representation

Rookie review: I’m made out of plastic here

"Whoever is in charge of regulating the temperature probably knows that my plastic would melt in a warmer setting".

Limits and freedom of non-free art

The Joburg Art Fair has evolved in the last decade, but the question is: Have they gone far enough?

Where there’s an ironclad will, there’s a way for Alatise

Creative polymath Peju Alatise wraps her art in folklore and hard-hitting symbolism

#CulturePop: Making noise and staying relevant with Fade and ‘Pound Cake’

What's happening in the world? Get your pop culture fix with #CulturePop.

Art and about: 10 art fairs not to miss

With the local art fair season about to kick off, we highlight some of the country's – and Africa's – most happening visual art events.

Creative Showcase: A studio visit with Ruann Coleman

A weekly round-up of South Africa's creative community and projects by Between 10and5.

Art fair creates a unified front for South African art

The FNB Joburg Art Fair did not just bring dealers, collectors and curators together, it also made waves on the international art scene.

Art fair: Anthea Moys tests the limits

Artist Anthea Moys challenged anyone and everyone to sit down across the table from her and engage in a physical manner at the FNB Joburg Art Fair.

Rubbish puts art in its place

?Kenyan artist Cyrus Kabiru transforms trash into wearable art pieces that turn heads.

Ponte City and the urban myth

Mikhael Subotzky's book collaboration with Patrick Waterhouse, showcases a visually rich and complex history of the iconic Jo'burg building.

FNB Art Fair: Lagos looks are deceiving

Five photographers look at Africa's changing traditions and history, questioning the images' relationship to supposed truth and inherent fiction.

FNB Joburg Art Fair: A pan-African take

This year’s art fair sees a strong focus on Nigeria, and aims to highlight the pan-African buyers and curators.

Zuma, Marikana painting pulled from Jo’burg Art Fair

A Marikana-themed painting depicting President Jacob Zuma and other political figures by artist Ayanda Mabulu has been removed from the art fair.

New curator on the block

Silvia Pillon, in charge of the noncommercial side of the Jo'burg Art Fair, discusses her role in staging the event.

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