Surprise the artist or art lover in your life with these creative offerings which are sure to bring a smile to their face.
With 2018 coming to an end, we're looking back at the art that made the headlines and exhibitions that made us think.
Throughout his career, John Moore has explored the sacredness of wildlife and harmony seeking continuous inspiration from Khoisan iconography.
The 2018 edition of the national art competition features 94 shortlisted works exploring lived experiences and collective identities.
South African art lovers and buyers who relish the opportunity to meet their favourite contemporary African visual artists in their private workspaces and personally engage the artists about their creative process will be delighted to hear August House is hosting its popular Open Studio event on Sunday, 2 September 2018.
Artist Blessing Ngobeni will be supporting a young, emerging artist (under 35 and not represented by a gallery) with a twelve-week studio residency and solo exhibition at the Bag Factory Artists' Studios.
Throughout history, humans have associated symbolism to numbers. This exhibition at Hazard Gallery Johannesburg initiates a dialogue of the phenomena behind numbers through an immersive installation alongside a range of collectible artworks.
Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to see John Moore, South African Master Printmaker, in his studio. Observe how he creates his work and see new images he is currently working on.
To celebrate the achievements and contributions of artist Dr David Koloane, one of the founders of the Bag Factory Artists’ Studios, they are calling for applications for the 2018 David Koloane Award.
StateoftheART is delighted to announce the launch of the StateoftheART Gallery Award, a visual arts prize aimed at uncovering emerging South African talent.
The Market Photo Workshop in partnership with The Tierney Family Foundation realise the importance of creating opportunities for photographers to cultivate the development of photographers and photography as a medium. The Tierney Fellowship creates an ideal space for a photographer to develop such a body of work.
Comprising 27 paintings completed between 2009 and 2018, Best Before by Margaret Nel at the Oliewenhuis Art Museum in Bloemfontein confronts the viewer with three investigations of the same theme: cuts of meat, baked goods and fresh produce, all depicted on an oversized, visceral scale.
The Melrose Gallery is pleased to present a captivating solo exhibition, the din of daily life by acclaimed artist Arlene Amaler-Raviv.
Artists invited to draw inspiration from acclaimed visual arts consultant, Les Cohn.
The renowned art festival is an Afrikaans language arts festival that takes place yearly in the South African town of Oudtshoorn. Art.co.za took a look at what art lovers can look forward to in 2018.
A bold and colourful Still Life with Coffee Pot and Fruit by Erik Laubscher set a new world record at Strauss & Co's live sale in Cape Town on 5 March 2018, selling for R 2.273 million.
Artist and visual activist SaySay.Love's latest works draws attention to the current water crisis in the Western Cape and highlights water as a precious resource that connects every aspect of life and cannot be take for granted.
In June of 2010, William Kentridge asked Denis Hirson to join him in a public conversation at the opening of his retrospective exhibition at the Jeu du Paume in Paris. These conversations grow out of a friendship that stretches back to the 1980s and that is deeply entwined in the fortunes of the city where they both grew up and the country that is the wellspring of their work.
Alex Trapani presents an Anatomical Studies Sculpture Workshop in Johannesburg from 24 - 25 February 2018. Trapani will be sculpting his own study with you so that you get a live, real time example of how it is done.
Strauss & Co is pleased to announce details of its first-ever dedicated contemporary art sale, due to be held on 17 February 2018. The venue for the 71-lot sale is an impressive former warehouse overlooking the Duncan Docks, a harbour facility at the Port of Cape Town.
On 5 March, 2018 contemporary art professional, Johan Conradie, returns to Atterbury Theatre (Pretoria) with a visually exhilarating and informative presentation on the highlights of the 57th Venice Biennale.
For the first time in South Africa an exhibition dedicated to exploring a 'romantic' turn in contemporary art will be staged at Barnard Gallery in Cape Town.