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Is art theft a thing in South Africa? We canvass the experts to find out if we’re living in a home-grown version of 'The Thomas Crown Affair'
We speak to him on the eve of the opening of his solo exhibition at Art Basel Miami Beach in the US
The Keyes Art Mile is soon to be home to luxe apartments. Graham Wood unlocks the details about the Thirty Keyes development
Pulane Kingston believes a new generation of contemporary female artists is forcing a change in the way the world views women in art
We look at a few of the bold modern residences which retain a connection with their surroundings
The latest exhibition from Wim Botha – on at the Norval Foundation – is well worth visiting, writes Sarah Buitendach
Pool painting is expected to break records by fetching the equivalent of over R1bn on sale in the US
Nicholas Hlobo’s latest works seem to frustrate the idea of new beginnings as much as they seem to herald them
“Discerning South Africanness” is the common denominator in Jean-Pierre de la Chaumette’s pared back products
With so much top art going under the hammer this spring season, we put together a quick highlights package… Now grab a paddle!
Where do borders begin? How can they end? How and why do we trust them? These are some of the questions Nupen teases out in her South African debut show at The Less Good Idea
KABOOM! a new exhibition at the Goodman Gallery, is a chance to see some of the material that went into making Kentridge's The Head & The Load
A recent archaeological discovery at Pompeii suggests we might have got it wrong
Lou Almon, who is exhibiting in Cape Town with Jacqueline Griffin-Jones, tells us about her inspiration and how her work has changed and grown
From newcomers to returning exhibitors these are our top 10 favourites...
The Prop House and Strauss & Co will auction hugely collectable 20th-century furniture, and jewellery, art and decorative arts respectively
Lou, who has just returned to the US after a decade in Durban, tells us about pushing the boundaries of her medium as her solo opens at a top New York gallery
As a performer, video artist, sculptor, and draughtsman, Lehulere’s work is arguably the most accurate example of contemporary art
From Alexa Chung’s fashion schedule debut, delectable footwear collaborations, and mega anniversary shows, London had a lot to offer