As heartbreaking as it is to admit, our beloved city is travelling down a path of no return
Award-winning Zimbabwean painter Wycliffe Mundopa has a reputation as a recluse who prefers to let his art speak for itself. However, he recently agreed to do this Q&A with Percy Mabandu
The City of Johannesburg has been marching on the spot for years about fixing its museum infrastructure, it can no longer pretend not to see the costly damage wrought over time
By facilitating a community for thought, the Sekoto School hopes to ground various discourses to do with black life
The artist continues to give voice to unrecognised labour through her expanding practice that includes durational performance, installation and video work
The Art of Comics exhibition, now on at the Johannesburg Art Gallery, aims to meet this need
Albert Adams worked in self-imposed obscurity, but his work speaks boldly for himself and others
She might have softened her approach but her emotions still run high in all she does
New in-house show re-engages gallery’s diverse collection
Using their creativity, two artists help society understand the complex experience of womanhood
German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans captures the mundane alongside the epic
The photographer fastidiously edited his exhibition ahead of its opening at the gallery
“People have lofty ideas of what I am expected to do but my view is to pose the question, ‘What type of institution do the people expect?’ ”
Hundreds of South African works held in a German collection embody a golden era of black protest art
The gallery is staging six exhibitions to celebrate its centenary but its future is not without problems.
From Marina Abramovi? to Yoko Ono and Jane Alexander, 30 artists tackle gender-based violence in "Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women and Art".
Institution faces a funding crisis that could result in priceless works in its storerooms getting damaged.
The theft of valuable bronze works from the Johannesburg Art Gallery has raised issues of security and funding in South Africa’s public galleries.
A treasure trove of contemporary Cuban art has been unearthed in London, the property of a South African collector.
The Johannesburg Art Gallery breaks 2010 ranks to stage a show about race and identity, writes <b>Anthea Buys</b>.
The latest Kentridge exhibition offers little to think about but opening night was a red-carpet affair, writes <strong>Anthea Buys</strong>
Art critic, novelist, essayist and curator Simon Njami is no stranger to South Africa.