Instead of simply viewing Van Gogh’s paintings in frames, this exhibit in France invites you to walk through detailed digital renderings of his greatest works.
December’s First Thursday is probably the most exciting in Cape Town’s First Thursday calendar. This whole place is already in holiday mode, and then you add a fresh payday to that.
Finding himself in a dark room filled with Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor, a 24-year-old man snapped a selfie. Then he committed another crime.
Damien Hirst is back with what has been called the biggest modern-day conceptual art effort, complete with 189 pieces of works. Let’s look inside.
During apartheid, the Project Coast programme was developed to both control and kill people, but even now certain questions remain unanswered.
During her European tour, Rihanna took time out to meet herself, and posed in front of a work of art that is a headless version of the famous singer.
Internationally renowned Cape Town artist, Richard Scott has chosen the iconic Vespa as the focal point of his latest exhibition, Joyride. An explosion of positive energy, the exhibit’s bold, contemporary artworks pop with colour as they explore the concept of joy as art.
The legendary painter, sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist, and writer produced a massive, all-engulfing body of work in his life. And for the first time, it’s coming to Cape Town.
You remember that painting, don’t you? Well, Brett Murray’s Hail to the Thief exhibition remained up, right up until last month. When he moved out, it was naturally time for a new artist. This time around, Kendell Geers has moved in, with a tribute to the controversial penis painting.