The 14th edition of the Biennale of Contemporary African Art, the continent’s largest contemporary art event returns to Senegal.
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Untitled 1982 owned by Japanese billionaire art collector sold for $85 million (R1.3 billion).
An unpublished Michelangelo sketch done in pen and brown ink is going under the hammer after it resurfaced in a private collection.
The Macklowe collection, subject of a bitter divorce battle became the most expensive art collection ever sold at an auction.
A Place Called Home – the first solo exhibition of contemporary visual artist, Trevor Stuurman – will be offered at the Botho Project Space.
The ecological and committed Ivorian artist gives a second life to old discarded mobile phones by recycling them into colourful artworks.
Sculptures by Edgar Degas and Pablo Picasso broke auction records as they went under the hammer at Christie’s in New York on Thursday.
A Marilyn Monroe portrait by Andy Warhol went under the hammer at Christie’s, becoming the most expensive 20th-century artwork.
Bob Dylan’s ‘Drawn Blank’ art series will be exhibited in France for the first time. These paintings were done by Dylan between 2008 and 2013.
The Morozov Collection has been safely returned to Russia after the show proved a runaway success in Paris.
Andy Warhol’s 1964 ‘Shot Sage Blue Marilyn’ is set to become the priciest 20th-century artwork when it goes under the hammer on Monday.
South African photographer Trevor Stuurman will be presenting his ‘Life Through the Lens’ exhibition in London from 13 May.
Mostafa Azimitabar, a refugee who was held for eight years in Australia’s immigration system is a finalist for the nation’s top art prize
The Sasol New Signatures Art Competition is an opportunity for artists, audiences, and society at large to rethink and reimagine their world.
Athol Fugard’s ‘Blood Knot’ – which first premiered 61 years ago – is still relevant today as it tackles themes of brotherhood and hope.
Rashid Lombard has given UWC custody of his historical photo archive, with plans to digitise it and start a photography centre.
Iraqi artists Wijdan al-Majed is filling Baghdad with murals depicting well-known figures chosen by the mayor of the city.
The third KKNK Virtual Gallery is allowing visitors to see several displays of art on their computer or mobile device.
The Jewish Museum in Vienna seeks to debunk some of the wild rumours and explore why the Rothschild name continues to attract.
Whilst the web has opened the world’s eyes to the depth and power of Southern African art there are a growing number of champions dedicating their lives to bringing the tangible living works to an increasingly appreciative audience.
An exhibition at MoMA is about to display all the surviving artworks from Henri Matisse’s 1911 ‘The Red Studio’ together for the first time.
The Artfluence festival will present a hybrid festival with both online and live events featuring musicians, poets, cartoonists and dancers.
Horror filmmaker David Cronenberg is auctioning an NFT image of his removed kidney stones. The work is titled ‘Inner beauty’.
Paintings by around 50 Russian artists including Kandinsky, Kazimir Malevich, and Alexander Rodchenko are stuck in Seoul after an exhibition.