Thenjiwe Nkosi’s paintings, done in a muted palette, are not of athletes’ gymnastics but of the moments before and after their performance
The celebration of the dead finds a resonance with the works of some of our leading creatives
Nicholas Hlobo’s concealment is revealed in this exhibition as the art of saying little and selling a lot.
South Africa’s first attempt at official national representation at the Venice Biennale has been a messy affair, but hopes are high.
Nicholas Hlobo’s new exhibition explores cultural history, and explores where identity and truth fit into the bigger picture.
Nicholas Hlobo’s topographies on canvas have extended pictorial space into three dimensions, writes <b>Anthea Buys</b>.
During the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown every vertical plane in the town is plastered with posters advertising events.
Nicholas Hlobo is this year’s Standard Bank Young Artist Award-winner for visual art. Anthea Buys asks him about his enigmatic sculptures.