Artist collective Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin announced the release of two blockchain-based artworks in support of Collecteurs’ crowdfunding campaign.
Banele Khoza is currently running an art exhibition titled Seeking Love. The Exhibition opened in Johannesburg on the 22nd of May, it is now travelling to Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein, Stellenbosch, Pretoria and will end in Durban on the 21st of June.
The winter sculpture exhibition that took place over Mother’s Day weekend featured work from 17 global artists.
Two of South Africa’s leading art institutions, Zeitz MOCAA and Norval Foundation, are set to host the largest William Kentridge exhibition in Africa.
Illustrator Lauren Fowler’s new work touches on transformation, rebirth, and spirituality.
The South African Pavilion has opened at the Venice Biennale – We spoke with the curators Nkule Mabaso and Nomusa Makhubu to find out more about their decisions and how they went about working with space.
Zanele Muholi’s Ikhono LaseNatali exhibition celebrates Durban-based artists
Gallery MOMO Cape Town presents Coucou Crumble, the second solo exhibition with Maurice Mbikayi.
We take a look at Tara Deacon’s ‘Return’ series and exhibition at O’Galleria in Lisbon.
We chatted to emerging creative Alecea Basson about her creativity and what drives her, inspires her and moves her.
‘Space Is the Place’ is the title of contemporary artist Lucinda Mudge’s latest solo exhibition, currently on display at Everard Read, Franschhoek
The main programme for the National Arts Festival: Responding to the tangled times we live in, held in Makhanda, has been released. Bookings open on 7 May 2019
Following the success of the inaugural Spier Light Art Festival, the historic Stellenbosch wine farm will present a second edition from 6 December 2019 to 19 January 2020.
David Brits, the artist who established Cape Town Signwriting in 2011, shares the stories behind his favorites signs. From balancing acts to technical detail, signwriting is a crafty business.
As we count down the days to the opening of this year’s Venice Biennale on 11 May, these are the African artists we’re looking forward to seeing this year in the floating city.