The 79-year-old artist has become so renowned that in art circles his brand of work is a kind of art movement with its own name, Elism.
Thapelo Keetile, a 33-year-old digital artist from Kuruman, expresses his gratitude for the freedom to explore his career as an artist in SA.
Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum turns 50 in 2023. The museum attracts over two million visitors each year. Here’s a brief history of Van Gogh
More than a million artworks were put up for auction for the first time in 2022 despite a gloomy global economy.
A major work from the Austrian painter Gustav Klimt has returned to Vienna where it will be shown for the first time in nearly 60 years.
Foxwood festivalgoers will be able to enjoy visual arts, theatre performances, literature presentations, and more.
Portchie’s artworks are a trademark of vibrant colours, distorted shapes and blue trees and can be described as a ‘burst of joyful colour’.
Boschendal & Norval Foundation is hosting a group exhibition showing a century of landscape art whilst celebrating local ceramic artists.
Pablo Picasso served as the centre of several creative hubs, though the famous artist rarely acknowledged his creative collaborators.
Mary Sibande’s memorable large-scale installations personify the colours of bruising – blue, purple and more recently red.
The painting by the late Andy Warhol is now the most expensive piece of artwork ever sold by an American artist
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.
The Artfluence festival will present a hybrid festival with both online and live events featuring musicians, poets, cartoonists and dancers.
‘From working with fixer in the darkroom to understanding composition & exposure’ : Simon de Haast to showcase his work at Ground Art Caffe from 7 April to 31 May.
We love to hear about the African art and culture enriching people’s lives internationally. Here’s a collection of shows open this week around the world.
A Dutch art detective has returned a rare Roman statue that was considered one of France’s most important treasures to the museum from which it was stolen nearly 50 years ago.
South Africa’s pig prodigy, Pigcasso, is binging home the bacon after selling a painting for more than R400 000.
You can see Joni-Leigh Doran’s exhibition – which highlights the relationship between horses and humans – at La Galleria in the new year.