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Nakanjani, Dada Khanyisa’s got a good feeling

Artist Dada Khanyisa on responding to the opportunities that their practice offers them, by all means necessary

Dust, beauty and geography combine in Moshekwa Langa’s Tropic of Capricorn

Moshekwa Langa’s Tropic of Capricorn is a graceful reflection on time and place

In the world — but not of it

Portia Zvavahera uses her dreams and experiences to create her otherworldly works

Fictive world is not escapist

Simphiwe Ndzube’s solo show in Cape Town offers no easy answers to deracinated utopias

She fights for artists’ rights

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

Both physical presence, and authenticity

It is hotly debated in many circles whether white gallery walls can ever become truly inclusive and evolved

Mame-Diarra Niang: A soul turned inside out

Three reflections capture the change of artistic mode after visiting Senegalese-French artist Mame-Diarra Niang.

Who no know

Three reflections capture the change of artistic mode after visiting Senegalese-French artist Mame-Diarra Niang.

Mame-Diarra Niang’s vision for the invisible

Three reflections capture the change of artistic mode after visiting Senegalese-French artist Mame-Diarra Niang.

Brave Beauties and the dark Lioness

If beauty is a joy forever, so it is with the photos jumping out of whitewashed gallery walls

Moshekwa Langa and the mass of a poem

Artist Moshekwa Langa's own life inspired his latest installation, which speaks to "hidden histories".

Stevenson Gallery curates SEX in the city

The SEX exhibition attempts to unpack sex through a timeline of events that took place in South Africa in the past decade.

Writing’s on the wall for Robin Rhode

Now based in Berlin, South Africa’s ‘poet of street art’ is back home with an exhibition that signals his intent to keep ‘flipping’ the art world.

The politics of colour in art

The discourse about colour in art ignores the ­uncomfortable sociopolitical ramifications of race.

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