Norval Foundation will present the first survey of internationally acclaimed artist William Kentridge’s sculptural practice, entitled Why Should I Hesitate? Sculpture, opening in Cape Town in August 2019. In Why
The upcoming Wits Art Museum (WAM) exhibition Leeto: A Sam Nhlengethwa Print Retrospective surveys the print work of renowned artist Sam Nhlengethwa from 1978 to 2018. Leeto is a seTswana/seSotho
The development of South African art and its artists owes a great deal to the longstanding presence of its nationwide art competitions. Competitions for emerging and established artists help the
The Standard Bank Gallery in Johannesburg presents A Black Aesthetic: A View of South African Artists (1970 – 1990), an exhibition that draws from the University of Fort Hare Art
Looking for a gift that includes an amazing night out and gives back to the community? Look no further! Tickets are now on sale for Night of 1000 Drawings 2019.
Meet Peter Mikael Campbell, who came second in the 2018 Sasol New Signatures Art Competition. Where does your passion for art come from?
Meet Megan Serfontein on of the amazing Sasol New Signatures 2018 Merit Winners Where does your passion for art come from? I’ve always enjoyed the technical aspects of art, like printmaking and
New York-based performance and video artist Joan Jonas accepted Rolex’s invitation to be a mentor because, she says: ‘I enjoy meeting young artists and am curious about their concerns in
With submissions closing on 3 July, now is the time to get your entry ready to submit! Held annually, in proud partnership with the Association of Arts Pretoria,
The scope of an artist’s influence is often equivalent to their willingness to challenge the limits of current thinking in artistic practices. In an industry where creativity and innovation are
Gordon Froud, artist, senior lecturer in Sculpture at The University of Johannesburg (UJ) and curator, has been working on an exhibition that investigates various aspects of sacred geometry in the
FADA Gallery in association with the Contemporary Jewellery Forum is proud to announce the launch of the first ever South African Contemporary Jewellery Awards Exhibition. Created to promote jewellery as
Discovering the Object refers, in the first place, to the work of Guy du Toit. In the second place, it proposes the book itself as an object to discover.
Lillian Gray, a South African contemporary fine artist, offers art classes to toddlers, tweens, teenagers, and adults at her studio in Fairland, Johannesburg. The weekly classes are ideal for young and old
The Springs Art Gallery serves the community of the East Rand through a programme of internal and external exhibitions, workshops and art classes aimed at promoting visual literacy and making