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The Art of Comics exhibition, now on at the Johannesburg Art Gallery, aims to meet this need

More than one layer to the art and life of Tracey Rose

She might have softened her approach but her emotions still run high in all she does

JAG exhibition sparks new discussion on all your faves

New in-house show re-engages gallery’s diverse collection

She fights for artists’ rights

The curator cum activist understands creatives’ struggles and is working to rectify this situation

The quiet activism of exposing everyday fragility

German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans captures the mundane alongside the epic

The custodian: Khwezi Gule

“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?’ ”

The honesty in playing it safe

Tshabangu's images of poverty don't push the boundaries but his approach has integrity.

Getting Beezy with Mandela

The artist Beezy Bailey is perhaps best known for having staged a hoax in the local art world. But everyone knows that he lends a critical voice.

Just ’cause you feel it doesn’t mean it’s there

Is Anton Kannemeyer's <i>Pappa in Afrika</i>, flagrantly racist or is it a lament for a continent ravaged by centuries of colonial rule?

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