The Spear by the artist, Brett Murray, has certainly created a fair amount of ink space and public outcry as well as debate. In the end, the defaced painting sold for R136,000 to some German buyer who will have something to discuss at their next tea party. The post The Defaced Spear appeared first on GlobalBuzz SA. GlobalBuzz SA » Arts & Culture
Barnard Gallery is proud to present True Colours – a solo exhibition by Ndikhumbule Ngqinambi. As the idiom suggests, the definition of true colours is to reveal the reality beneath the mantle of appearance. Truth, memory and history In this show, Ngqinambi deals with divergent discourses around truth, memory and history, as conveyed through the […] CERI forums» Art
Modern Art – do you dig it? Much has been written about modern art. Many people seem not to really like it, claiming that they don’t understand it, or that it’s ugly. Now I know one’s taste in art is a very personal thing. And people can become very defensive about their tastes – in […] Tony McGregor» Art
In a bid to promote economic development and job creation, the Department of Arts and Culture is to give support to the upcoming Cape Town International Jazz Festival. The 15th edition of the festival will take place on 28-29 March 2014 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. Through the department’s Mzansi Golden Economy strategy, […] Promoting Cape Town International Jazz Festival 2014 is a post from: Cape Town The...
Vote to help Johannesburg art activist to get to TED California finals with her ‘pillow talk’ On the edge of the inner city in a much-loved area of Troyeville, lies a concrete bed in a park overlooking the main route (Bezuidenhout) into Johannesburg from the east. Passers-by and the occasional visitor may look at it […] GlobalBuzz SA» Arts & Culture
Architectural sculptures by British artisans, Chisel & Mouse, are the perfect Father’s Day gift for architecture enthusiasts and design lovers. … GlobalBuzz – Art Zone