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A Meeting of Minds: Louis Maqhubela and Douglas Portway

Strauss & Co is proud to present the third in a series of museum-quality exhibitions (Anton Taljaard: Pierneef, A Collector’s Passion (2017) and Life Force: The Still Lifes of Irma Stern (2018)) at RMB Turbine Art Fair (TAF), focusing this year on two prominent South

Views from the Studio Collection

Views from the Studio Collection

Views from the Studio Collection (2010/11) is inspired by the Woodstock and Cape Town Harbours, which were on view from the Imiso studio – at the time situated on the fourth floor of Flex Mor House in Woodstock.      Andile Dyalvane founded Imiso (meaning

Candice Berman Contemporary John-Michael Metelerkamp

Zen in art

First launched publicly at the Turbine Art Fair 2018 in Johannesburg as The Immortal Nekkies, John-Michael Metelerkamp’s Nekkies will be exhibited with Candice Berman Fine Art Gallery at the Investec Cape Town Art Fair 2019 – showing for the first time in Cape Town. In

Vaal University of Technology VUT

A holistic foundation for a successful career in the arts

The Vaal University of Technology (VUT) offers Fine Art courses at different levels that emphasise the mission of the university by ensuring that graduates have the academic and technical skills to negotiate the art world effectively and achieve excellence. The Fine Art courses offered by

Stephan Welz & Co

Exciting new ventures for Stephan Welz & Co.

For half a century, Stephan Welz & Co. has been a meeting place for connoisseurs and collectors of antiques, collectables and fine art. We pride ourselves in providing professional advice and service through the specialist departments we handle, which include fine art and sculpture, antique

Absence and Presence: in Search of Memory and the Imago

Sarah Walmsley has just completed her Master’s in Fine Art Sculpture at Nelson Mandela University, and in April 2018 will be bringing her Master’s exhibition to StateoftheART Gallery in Cape Town.      Walmsley’s work offers a new approach to the sculptural female nude. Her

Candice Berman

Indigo | Passage to Healing

Berman Contemporary recently showcased the collaborative exhibition, Indigo | Passage to Healing, by artists Robyn Denny and Mamela Nyamza. Indigo is the colour of the purest spirit, the purest love. It runs through our history on the African continent, adorning our bodies even as it

Guy du Toit

Guy Du Toit: Discovering The Object

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.      Carla Crafford first started photographing the work of Guy du Toit in 2005, and,

Strauss & Co

Irma Stern’s portraits of Freda Feldman

The fourth and final live auction of 2017 held at Strauss & Co in Johannesburg confirmed once again that collectors’ desire for important works by Irma Stern remains strong when the two Stern portraits, part of a trio from 1943 depicting the artist’s friend and

SBYA 2018

’The box lady’

Known for her ‘titillating and seductive theatre’, Jemma Kahn has been recognised for her inimitable contribution to the industry with the 2017 Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Theatre. ­ ­ ­  Having started her university studies in fine art before changing to drama, Jemma Kahn’s

Return to artworks that require skill, says SA fine artist Lillian Gray

Lillian Gray, contemporary South African fine artist, says that modern society craves craftsmanship. She believes the time has come to return to true artistry. “The increasing popularity of craft beer, home-brewed coffee, and organically-grown fruit and vegetables globally are indicative of people’s yearning for authenticity

Thami Mnyele

30 Years: Thami Mnyele Fine Arts Awards

Presented and hosted by the City of Ekurhuleni, the annual national Thami Mnyele Fine Art Awards (MFAA) is a contemporary fine art competition that caters for artists of all ages, from all over South Africa, producing artworks in various media. In addition to the overall

SMAC Gallery

SMAC Gallery

About: SMAC Gallery opened in 2007, on the first floor of the historic De Wet building in Church Street Stellenbosch and garnered a reputation for presenting large, museum-quality modern and contemporary exhibitions, accompanied by well researched catalogues, monographs and books. In 2011, SMAC opened a

Celebrating 25 Years of The Artists Press

Celebrating 25 Years of The Artists Press

The Artists’ Press celebrates 25 years with a Limited Edition Print Pop Up Shop. In collaboration with many of South Africa’s most acclaimed artists. 25 Years of The Artists’ Press – Limited Edition Print Pop Up Shop featured prints from close to 50 artists. Including new works from

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