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Pablo Picasso’s ‘The Bull’

Picasso’s drawings of bulls inspired Apple’s famously simple designs      ‘It takes a lot of hard work,’ Steve Jobs once said, ‘to make something simple, to truly understand the underlying challenges and come up with elegant solutions.’      He was referring, of course,

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Mastering an art auction with Strauss & Co

During the FNB JoburgArtFair 2018, Strauss & Co Senior Art Specialist Dr Alastair Meredith gave an enlightening talk at the Strauss & Co Art Hub at Keyes Art Mile on ‘How an Auction Works’. As we all know, art is not just about aesthetics and

Yinka Shonibare’s “Ruins Decorated” comes to SA

British-Nigerian artist, Yinka Shonibare, MBE, will return to the African continent for his first solo exhibition in 15 years. Ruins Decorated, a new body of work that sparks a state of charged curiosity, will be on show at the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg from 1 September

Encore: Dawn Lindberg

Encore: Dawn Lindberg

Dawn Lindberg is the founder and CEO of the Naledi Theatre Awards. One of the biggest and most prestigious awards events in South Africa, it recognises and honours excellence in South African theatre. Previously, she was an independent theatre producer and entertainer (with her husband,

Encore: Daniel Van Der Merwe

Encore: Daniel Van Der Merwe

Daniel van der Merwe is a professional architect. He is part of the PPC team as an innovator. Van der Merwe is the chief curator of the PPC Imaginarium, one of SA’s largest art and design support platforms. He initiated the annual AZA (ArchitectureZA) Conference

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Picasso Painting of a Lover in a Beret Brings $69.4 Million

Sotheby’s set the year’s first benchmark price for trophy artworks at auction when Pablo Picasso’s 1937 painting “Femme au Béret et à la Robe Quadrillée (Marie-Thérèse Walter)” sold in London for 49.8 million pounds with fees, or about R817,37 million. The prize piece in a

Louvre Abu Dhabi

The Louvre Abu Dhabi

To make their country a top cultural destination that is internationally recognised for art, education and culture, the leaders of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi launched the development of a major universal art museum project. The Louvre Abu Dhabi museum is not, in any way,

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John-Michael Metelerkamp’s Keepers

John-Michael Metelerkamp will be exhibiting his Keepers series in August 2017 at Candice Berman Gallery, Johannesburg. Lucinda Jolly spoke to the artist about his process and this new series. In the same way that humans have looked for patterns to aid their survival, so art critics

Editor's Note

A reflection of social change

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 still come ‘over the bridge’ to join the Turbine Art Fair in New Town. They

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