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The Weekend Guide
The Weekend Guide
War of the Roses: Painter Raél Jero Salley uses flowers to threads together otherwise disparate themes and narratives in...
A place to feel something real
A place to feel something real
“If something is too hectic, we [young South Africans] tend to ignore that,” says advertising creative director Nkgabiseng Motau during a...
Creating a broader art scene
Creating a broader art scene
For almost 12 years, the FNB Joburg Art Fair has been managed and owned by ArtLogic. Earlier this year ArtLogic relinquished its ownership of the...
Art moves to buyers’ doorstep
Art moves to buyers’ doorstep
“Cities are strange things. They operate with little concern for people and their comfort, and rather function as efficient machines that are...
The Weekend Guide
The Weekend Guide
My Children! My Africa! Set in the last days of apartheid, this Athol Fugard play tells the story of a black teacher, his black...
Jozi’s must-try art galleries
Jozi’s must-try art galleries
The City of Gold has revealed over the years that it presents more than just gold-mining. Johannesburg is one of the fastest-growing cities with...
The Weekend Guide
The Weekend Guide
Tribhangi Dance Festival: In celebration of their 30th anniversary, the Tribhangi Dance Theatre is hosting a dance festival...
The Weekend Guide
The Weekend Guide
Shampoonaiza Comedy Show: 
​Joël Mpah Dooh’s latest work explores the idea of collective fragility
​Joël Mpah Dooh’s latest work explores the idea of collective fragility
Cameroonian artist Joël Mpah Dooh’s new work, Since We Last Met, is a “polite” way of introducing some of the trauma he has been processing since his 
Roger Ballen: Housed in his mind's recess
Roger Ballen: Housed in his mind's recess
‘We photograph things in order to drive them out of our minds.” This fantastic quote from Franz Kafka appears in the beginning of Roger...
Gallery Momo: No titles enable your own take
Gallery Momo: No titles enable your own take
Gallery Momo’s group exhibition, which closed off 2014’s art calendar and begins the new season, is neither titled nor arbitrarily framed around...
'Yeoville was my visual therapy' - Gideon Mendel
'Yeoville was my visual therapy' - Gideon Mendel
It was a bit like that oppressively hot January day 25 years ago in KwaMashu, north of Durban, when we were talking about Yeoville. Covering the...

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