Culture Connect presents a tour of the Sanlam Head office and the winning top 40 portraits of this year's Award on Thursday 19 September from 10:00 to 14:00.
Now in its ninth year, the award honours two doyens of art auctioneering in South Africa: Reinhold Cassirer and Stephan Welz.
The 32nd edition of the competition caters for artists of all ages, from all over South Africa, producing various media of art works.
The Masterclass series runs from Monday 29 to Wednesday 31 July and covers a diverse set of topics such as contemplating African Art and conversations with curators.
LATITUDES Art Fair joins the Johannesburg fair environment catering for contemporary art from Africa and will feature a curated selection of galleries, independant platforms, studios and special projects.
RMB Turbine Art Fair (RMB TAF) now in its 7th year is a unique South African art collaboration that brings together galleries and artists from around the country.
Iziko South African National Gallery presents three events looking into contemporary art conservation and techniques as well as a open conversation with artist Penny Siopis facilitated by Patricia Smithen, Assistant Professor in Painting Conservation at the Queen`s University in Canada.
The Melrose Gallery is once again inviting established and emerging sculptors to submit applications to participate in SculptX, the largest annual sculpture fair in South Africa, in September 2019.
Curated by her eldest daughter, Tamar Mason, the exhibition at The White River Gallery will showcase Mason's drawings, editioned work, artists books and tapestries.
The programme is a first for the firm in South Africa and aims to uplift local artists from disadvantaged backgrounds.
The sale culminated in a record-breaking tally of R106 million in sales at a value sell-through rate of 93%. This performance is unrivalled in the marketplace.
Featured lots include William Kentridge, Marlene Dumas, Cecil Skotnes, Robert Hodgins, Alexis Preller
Museum Night is an annual event that sees the city's museums open their doors to the public after hours, for free.
In this ground-breaking collection of critical essays, 15 writers explore the experimental, interdisciplinary and radically transgressive field of contemporary live art in South Africa.