Despite Christo Coetzee’s vibrant and multi-faceted career as an artist, his work has all but disappeared from a generation’s public imagination. A new retrospective exhibition at Standard Bank Gallery is
Strauss & Co is delighted to announce its participation in the form of an Art Hub at the Trumpet Building, located on the Keyes Art Mile in Johannesburg, to coincide
On Saturday 8 September 2018 St Teresa’s School, located on the Keyes Art Mile in Johannesburg, launches the inaugural St Teresa’s Art Festival (START), an event that aims to make art
As the annual RMB Turbine Art Fair approaches, there’s much to be excited about. An exhibition of still lifes by Irma Stern, however, is already getting people talking. Dave Mann
Sponsored by RMB Private Bank, the talks at this year’s RMB Turbine Art Fair are guaranteed to make you THINK. One of the most exciting art walkabouts on
The 2018 instalment of the Turbine Art Fair (TAF) will continue to do what it does best, and focus on the celebration of emerging African art, artists and collectors.
Strauss & Co is once again cementing its reputation as South Africa’s leading Fine Art auction house with the announcement of its first themed online sale, Abstract South African Art.
Alexis Preller was the star artist at Strauss & Co’s top-notch winter sale, generating R15.53 million in sales from seven lots sold on Monday, 4 June 2018 at the Wanderers
Important works representative of South Africa’s diverse and evolving artistic practices from the twentieth and twenty-first century will go under the hammer at Strauss & Co’s much-anticipated Cape Town sale
A portrait of a raffish shepherd by Maggie Laubser, a stylised homage to Hieronymus Bosch by Alexis Preller, two drawings of William Kentridge’s fictional alter ego and a rare night-sky
Strauss & Co is bolstered by heavyweights Strauss & Co is proud to announce important appointments to its Board and team of art heavyweights and specialists. Further bolstering the rock
J.H. Pierneef: A Space for Landscape comes to the Standard Bank
Gallery in July, Creative Feel spoke to the show’s curator,
Wilhelm van Rensburg about the famed artist.