Art Africa 2017 opens its doors on the 24th and runs until the 5th of March. It’s Cape Town’s first fully curated trans-African Art show and well worth the attention of collectors and private art buyers alike. It will be held in Jubilee Hall, Watershed, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town.
We have so much talent here at home, so its extra important we support our local artists.
Katy Perry is back and more politically charged than ever.
The Bey Hive was all kinds of angry.
African gods and goddesses get the superstar treatment.
Ever feel like you miss the cool happenings in the Capital? Well, here you go. Now all you gotta do is brave the cold and get your butts out there! Tamsin Relly – Private View Party Tomorrow Night sees Tamsin’s new group show open at the exclusive House of Barnabas. Imagining the Amazon is an […]
The Fatuous State of Severity by Phumlani Pikoli [book review]
2016 will be remembered as the year ‘diversity-angst’ came out the closet with a bang!
Social documentary photographer, Tanya Houghton’s recent exhibition suggests that a powerful way to dissolve such fear is through food
James Corden, karaoke and the Queen of Pop… nuff said!
Artivism at its best: designer Vanessa Gounden showcases her latest designs that highlight the ravaging affects of breast cancer and its treatments
Get your quirky nativity set, because nothing says anti-establishment like Jesus.
Professor says he sees scant chance of the survival of the Afrikaans culture in the long-term or even the survival of the Afrikaners as “a people” in new book
Was EFF’s call to boycott the SATY Awards the reason they have been postponed?
Bitter Eden is the vivd, frank and starkly intimate account of author Tatamkulu Afrika’s life as a WW2 prisoner of war
We take you on a tour of the first major British exhibition to tell the story of South Africa through archaeological, historic and contemporary artworks.
This autumn, South Africa: the art of a nation, at the British Museum, explores 100,000 years of history through archaeological, historic and contemporary artworks.
Do you really need an excuse to drop everything and flee to Paris in search of culture?
If that’s too spontaneous for ya, then perhaps Fulham on a Friday?
Although, in truth, the Eurostar to Paris may be quicker than the District Line to Fulham.
The annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year winners list has been announced… and it is breathtaking.
The South African caught up with Arno Carstens ahead of The Nudies’ upcoming events. Plus, find out how you can win tickets to their show in London on 5 November:
A night of vigorous bidding at Strauss & Co’s s spring auction in Cape Town generated R58 million in sales, a record for the Cape Town office and the second highest individual sale result for South Africa’s leading auction house. The sale, which featured over 630 pieces, achieved an 82.5% sell-through rate, an achievement unmatched by rivals.
Thick Time, William Kentridge’s first solo British exhibition in more than a decade, coincides with a London staging of his cine-concert Paper Music.
Leading auction house Strauss & Co’s forthcoming spring sale in Cape Town takes place on 10 October.