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How the pandemic is accelerating the online art market: Consumers are increasingly happy to view and buy art digitally, from home

These artworks would sell well online, but lesser-known artists might struggle. Photos: Courtesy Sanlam Art Collection

Creativity at work at The Centre for the Less Good Idea

The centre’s sixth season examines the concept of work through the eyes of artists working in different mediums

William Kentridge examines ‘hesitation’

The word “hesitate”, which recurs in the titles of both exhibitions of William Kentridge’s art at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art (Zeitz...

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

Mexico with its take on the dead

The celebration of the dead finds a resonance with the works of some of our leading creatives

​History re-dressed by Africa

British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare puts his wax-print stamp on our colonial past to imagine a brighter future

Bopape rattles biennale cage

The South African artist’s new film about a rape challenges the curators and concepts of art

Kentridge’s idea lights up Jo’burg

Renowned artist William Kentridge’s bright idea has resulted in a space where other artists can freely experiment with and express theirs as well.

Eliza Kentridge’s stilled soul reveals the intimate

The beautiful poems written by a ‘quieted’ Eliza Kentridge could well be viewed as visual art.

David Goldblatt’s landscapes of high voltage

Never obvious, photographer David Goldblatt’s landscapes are elegiac, silent – and monumental, writes Melvyn Minnaar.

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Tapestry: The art of weaving a good yarn

Creating tapestries that successfully capture the essence of the artworks they are based on takes years of experience and skill, writes Robyn Sassen.

Into the vortex with William Kentridge

The acclaimed artist offers an intriguing insight into some of the observations and unsettling realities that define his work methodologies.

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We will find resources to ensure the Zondo commission completes its work — Lamola

Justice Minister Ronald Lamola says his department will ensure the state capture commission is afforded the financial resources to complete its work, despite the treasury’s uncertainty

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