“Everything you can imagine is real.”

Picasso

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Lynn Forbes Inspire Courage by Mintaka

Introducing the next best-loved handbag collection by Mintaka, proudly South African luxury handbag brand. From the left: Vanessa O'Donoghue holding the Glammy Clutch [...]

The lure of Chillagoe

Nobody knows where the Outback really starts. It’s just an arid, mostly uninhabited world out there, explained with a shrug of the shoulders and [...]

The Splendour of Spring

A visit to Pierneef à La Motte by Gerard Scholtz From the days of the hunter-gatherer to the latest culinary trends, foraging is part [...]

Die Ikoniese Krugerrand

Die viering van die Krugerrand se 50ste herdenking het vyf trots Suid-Afrikaanse ontwerpe op die 2017 Wêreldgeldskou in Berlyn aangebied, waar Suid-Afrika die ere [...]

Malligheid in Marrakesj

Marrakesj in Marokko is ‘n maalstroom van mense, kleure, geure en gewaarwordinge waaruit toeriste ‘n eie drama kan verweef op dié verhoog van die [...]

Heuwels met oë

Een van die beste aspekte van reis is die seldsame kruising van vreemde gebeure en situasies wat jou van rigting laat verander. Partykeer, wanneer [...]

  • #NAF2019: National Arts Festival CEO steps down after 12 years at the helm
    by art times on 16 July 2019 at 3:14 pm

    The National Arts Festival has announced that its long-serving Chief Executive Officer, Tony Lankester, will be stepping down from the position later this year after more than a decade at the helm of the country’s leading, and the continent’s biggest, arts festival. He is set to take up an appointment in the UK from October. [...] The post #NAF2019: National Arts Festival CEO steps down after 12 years at the helm appeared first on South African Art Times:. […]

  • 7 things you didn’t know about: Dr. Esther Mahlangu
    by art times on 16 July 2019 at 3:10 pm

    South African artist Esther Mahlangu, poses at her home in Mabhoko Village, Siyabuswa, Mpumalanga on March 6, 2017. Image: AFP PHOTO / GULSHAN KHAN (Photo credit should read GULSHAN KHAN/AFP/Getty Images) Renowned artist, Dr Esther Mahlangu is set to receive the award of Officer in the French Order of Arts and Letters at a special [...] The post 7 things you didn’t know about: Dr. Esther Mahlangu appeared first on South African Art Times:. […]

  • The Night Watch recreated: photographer makes replica from modern day models
    by art times on 16 July 2019 at 3:08 pm

    Finding people at weddings, in markets, and even scooting past them in the street, Dutch photographer Julius Rooymans has created a replica of Rembrandt’s masterpiece The Night Watch. In a project taking eight months, the photographer has sourced modern Dutch people with the perfect historic beards and faces, recreated helmets and artefacts with the help [...] The post The Night Watch recreated: photographer makes replica from modern day models appeared first on South African Art Times:. […]

  • The 25 Works of Art That Define the Contemporary Age
    by art times on 16 July 2019 at 3:06 pm

    Three artists and a pair of curators came together at The New York Times to attempt to make a list of the era’s essential artworks. Here’s their conversation. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/15/t-magazine/most-important-contemporary-art.html The post The 25 Works of Art That Define the Contemporary Age appeared first on South African Art Times:. […]

  • How Delacroix Captured France’s Revolutionary Spirit in ‘Liberty Leading the People’
    by art times on 16 July 2019 at 3:05 pm

    When you think of the French Revolution, what comes to mind? Most likely, you picture chaos on the streets of Paris; maybe you imagine the movement’s most triumphant figures; or, perhaps you simply see the fluttering French flag. In Liberty Leading the People, a large-scale piece painted in 1830, Romantic artist Eugène Delacroix explores all [...] The post How Delacroix Captured France’s Revolutionary Spirit in ‘Liberty Leading the People’ appeared first on South African Art Times:. […]

  • Culture Workers, Just Say No to All Unpaid Internships
    by Michelle Millar Fisher with Art + Museums Transparency on 16 July 2019 at 2:55 pm

    Michelle Miller Fisher and the group Art + Museums Transparency call on institutions to stop offering such programs. Read More The post Culture Workers, Just Say No to All Unpaid Internships appeared first on ARTnews. […]

  • Bart van der Heide, Former Chief Curator of Stedelijk Museum, Named Director of Museion in Italy
    by Alex Greenberger on 16 July 2019 at 2:41 pm

    He starts at the museum in 2020. Read More The post Bart van der Heide, Former Chief Curator of Stedelijk Museum, Named Director of Museion in Italy appeared first on ARTnews. […]

  • Dumile Feni’s daughter sues gallery over dad’s artwork
    by art times on 16 July 2019 at 2:27 pm

    Anti-apartheid activist and world-renowned sculptor Dumile Feni's daughter, Marriam Diale, is suing well-known Gallery Momo for R12m over nonpayment. Diale filed papers at the Joburg high court last week in which she seeks a court order compelling Monna Mokoena, owner of Gallery Momo, to pay her father's estate R12m she said was made from the [...] The post Dumile Feni’s daughter sues gallery over dad’s artwork appeared first on South African Art Times:. […]

  • Emerging Painting Invitational (EPI) – New Prize for Emerging Painters in Africa
    by art times on 16 July 2019 at 2:24 pm

    Inaugural prize launch, finalists’ exhibition and art weekend in Harare, July 26 – 29, 2019. A new prize for emerging African painters will be the first of its kind, dedicated to supporting emerging contemporary painting and painters across the continent. The “Invitational” prize and exhibition of finalists is being launched by the Emerging African Art [...] The post Emerging Painting Invitational (EPI) – New Prize for Emerging Painters in Africa appeared first on South African Art Times:. […]

  • Pérez Art Museum Miami Receives $1 M. Gift from Mellon Foundation in Support of Caribbean Cultural Institute
    by Alex Greenberger on 16 July 2019 at 2:00 pm

    "We're really going to be able to move the dial," Franklin Sirmans, the museum's director, said. Read More The post Pérez Art Museum Miami Receives $1 M. Gift from Mellon Foundation in Support of Caribbean Cultural Institute appeared first on ARTnews. […]