Every play that Janice Honeyman directs is a complete success, and her latest, Fool for Love, is no exception. With this production, she returned to her theatrical roots: the Market
Nigerian artist, Peju Alatise, has been announced as the 2017 recipient of the highly coveted FNB Art Prize at the media launch of the tenth instalment of the FNB JoburgArtFair.
Einstein famously said that God does not play with dice. He was expressing a belief (a faith? A hope?) that the laws governing the universe have a deterministic rather than a probabilistic character. To
26 years ago, Esther Mahlangu, a South African Ndebele artist, was the first woman to create artwork on a BMW 525i Sedan turning it into a unique and colourful BMW
Mandla Sibeko is Director of the FNB JoburgArtFair and Founder of Seed Capital Ventures. Name one artist you would love to meet. Marlene Dumas What are you reading at the
As the oldest art fair in Africa, the annual FNB JoburgArtFair will return to Johannesburg’s Sandton Convention Centre for its tenth edition, from 8 – 10 September 2017. The Fair
[button color=”” size=”” type=”” target=”” link=”https://creativefeel.co.za/2017/08/encore-mandla-sibeko/”]Have a look at Creative Feel’s interview with Manda Sibeko here[/button] We welcome you to our tenth annual FNB JoburgArtFair. A landmark year for us, we
Can a single work summarise a moment? Probably not, but among the many works for sale at the inaugural FNB JoburgArtFair, in March 2008, an ink drawing by Cape Town
In line with their innovative #MadeOfTaste campaign, The Singleton teamed up with Anthony Bila to host a night of wonder and sensation and, of course, exceptional whisky and whisky cocktails.
The Art of Performance is a monthly column written by Dave Mann, an editor and award-winning arts journalist. It’s Festival time again. Depending on what you do or which circles
Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine It is that time of the year again in Johannesburg. It is cold, dark and downtown, yet the visitors
Words: Mark Attwood, The Artist’s Press During TAF17, The Artist’s Press, located near White River in Mpumalanga, is showing some works recently produced by Colbert Mashile in their studio. Both
Candice Berman Gallery will be exhibiting both well-known and new artists at TAF17. The buzz and energy of the Fair is undeniably found in the Basement of Turbine Hall, where
(CNN) – Embodying Jacqueline Kennedy‘s darkest hours in the upcoming movie Jackie was no easy task for Natalie Portman. Jackie, directed by Pablo Larraín, tells the story of the aftermath of
The Centre for the Less Good Idea launches with a season of outstanding collaborative work created by more than 60 Johannesburg-based multi-disciplinary practitioners. Founded by William Kentridge in November 2016,
See Art is based on the premise that successful visual artists structure their works using an alphabet of art-making to initiate dialogue that should cause viewers to ‘see’ the works.
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STEVENSON is presenting Paths and Fields, Robin Rhode’s third solo show with the gallery. Since 2005 Rhode has regularly visited the north of Italy, exhibiting with Tucci Russo, his Italian gallery,