“When I was an angsty teenager I painted my tiny bedroom red, emptying it of everything other than an easel and a mattress …” says Lola Bartlett, artist and illustrator.
Pigcasso was destined to become the fi lling in a bacon sandwich until Joanne Lefson stepped in …
A true story about the disappearance of a friend, as told by journalist and author Don Pinnock.
A brush with daytime television has John Bird questioning the future of art … and the revolution.
Travelling to Joburg? Stop off for some township-style food in an authentic setting for an experience that’ll bring you back to reality.
After breaking her pelvis, TV and radio personality Liezel van der Westhuizen is facing one of her toughest challenges to date. She’s so much more than a pretty picture.
How does she do it? Illustrator and lecturer Mieke van der Merwe draw with a Rotring pen from direct observation.
Our nation, previously divided, and currently obsessed with counting the wounds of the past, has unique cultural values, some endearing, others less so. Here is an excerpt from the Goodman Gallery.
“Miracle material!” says Erik Solheim, head of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). While this may be true in some cases, the continued ambiguity towards plastic in our society is clear. And the damage is devastating.
A handful of South Africa’s bravest press photographers brought our nation, and the world, the images that now form part of our history.
The royal wedding is over. The cake has been eaten and it’s hello to the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But amid the celebrations, a furore erupted when Windsor was announced as the venue for the event, and the town’s homeless population was caught in the middle.