A feature taking you inside our favourite artist's studio/workspace.
Bag Factory Artists' Studios, in partnership with Strauss Education and Kalashnikovv Gallery is proud to announce Duduzile (DuduBloom) More as the winner of the prestigious Cassirer Welz Award.
Greg Kerr's art workshops are well known for their diversity, professional rigour and focus on the individual student's personal growth. The teaching is conducted in year-long programmes that include on-line preparation and critical feedback, and four 4-day practical workshops over the year.
The winners of the 32nd edition of the competition were announced on 28 September 2019.
Stellenbosch Triennale takes great pleasure in announcing the first 20 participating artists for its inaugural edition, taking place from 11 February to 30 April 2020.
Works in oil paint and ink were awarded winner and runner-up at this year's edition of the Sasol New Signatures Art Competition.
The building offers something new to the Pretoria landscape offering the public the opportunity to see iconic works of South African art and priceless treasures.
Sonny's To The Bone project saw him execute ten large-scale street art pieces to raise funds and awareness for endangered wildlife.
Art is increasingly one of the most wanted investments, but do you know who are the most prolific art collectors in the world today?
A handy guide to the South African art fairs and festivals in 2019.
South African artist Lebo Tladi uses pen and ink to express his bizarre thoughts by creating unique drawings featuring imagined worlds.
Bolton converts the thick black rubber and colourful strands of recycled copper cables into intricate and detailed works exploring the issue of cable theft.
Art.co.za found some South African and African artists who have mastered their skill.
South African artist Jenny Nijenhuis uses her sculpture to explore identity archetypes.
Daniel du Preez transforms flat sheets of paper into three dimensional hypnotic patterned artworks inspired by unseen organisms, cells and atoms that surrounds us in our daily lives.
South African artist Maritha van Amerom uses her fascination in the human body/human condition to create mixed media artworks using oils, paper, feathers, inks, cotton etc.
After working for ten years almost exclusively in oils, she made a transition to the more direct medium of pastel creating highly detailed portraits of people - mostly South African labourers.
Retha Buitendach creates small sculptures assembled from sticks, leaves, pods and seeds.
Self-taught artist Ruan Huisamen's charcoal portraits show a mastering of the human form.
Audrey Anderson began sketching to "up-grade" her skills. Using her sketchbooks, she took her drawing outside the studio.
The Noise We Make at the Association of Arts Pretoria features plaits of various shades of purple fabric creating an image that will resembles that of a sound wave.
His interactive artworks made from everyday objects function as a new means to execute menial tasks, such as listening, seeing, smoking and taking a leak.
Who was Mary Magdalene? Bredell answers this question through repeatedly re-creating and re-imagining her figure on various canvases, folio artist books and sketches.
He models his sculptures from everyday people, each figure containing imperfections that draws one closer, creating works that are real and human.
She repairs ancient, fractured rocks found in the Cradle of Humankind combining "golden joinery" with technology and sound, creating site-specific golden sound instruments.
Adding original sculpture to your home can take your interiors to another dimension but can sometimes be difficult to integrate into your existing decor. Art.co.za suggests six ways to add sculpture to your home.
There is a plethora of smartphone apps on the market for creative minds. Art.co.za reviews 8 art apps.
A list of the best South African artist Instagram accounts who offer streams filled with insights into the daily life of a professional artist.