Tania Harrison explores the South African 'super destination' known as the Karoo and explores its food, its history, and its effect on the soul.
Following two highly successful events in 2012 and 2013, ART WEEK CAPE TOWN returns in 2014 for an extensive programme of events at galleries, institutions and artists' studios across the city.
Change Room Projects Space, a new ARTsouthAFRICA initiative, last night opened its doors in Salt River. The opening launch exhibition by the Bag Factory, ‘Fortunes Remixed’, was a huge success, with a good crowd turning up despite the torrential downpour!
In the lead up to the release of our December Issue (13.2), we present an exclusive interview with our cover artist for the Interview Issue (13.1), Namsa Lueba. Lueba is a Guinean-Swiss visual artist and photographer whose work focuses on African identity through Western eyes.
Birds in all shapes and colours have inspired countless artists over the centuries from East to West, from Rock art to contemporary art. Birds are also at the core of a creative partnership and bond formed by artists, Malcolm Bowling and Boniface Chikwenhere, and Nuntius, a wine brand from Gabrielskloof Wine Estate; new additions to the growing Hermanus Art and Wine circles. Christine Lundy meets the artists and Nicolene Finlayson, Gabrielskloof’s brand ambassador, to capture their unique creative connections to birds.
The Vineyard Hotel, nearly two centuries old, has been celebrated for its tradition of romance, elegance and history. Christine Lundy investigates the heritage of this beautiful historic building.
Every year, the ArtReview ‘Power 100’ list reveals the art world’s ongoing battle for supremacy, surveying those who the magazine deem the most important figures in contemporary art – and Cameroonian-born curator, Koyo Kouoh weighs in this year at No. 96.
Win double tickets to Artmode, an exciting new collaborative art event in Cape Town, with ARTsouthAFRICA!