Office workers, black American artists, a narcissistic hip-hop star, a documentary about a legendary photographer and Sex in Afrikaans — what to stream
Apple TV+ documentary earns a place in the pop culture history of 1969
The art scene in the Western Cape is bustling with a new project, the Cape Town Art Fair and a non-selling exhibition
This eagerly-anticipated annual event returns IRL and online with the suitably hopeful theme 'connect through art from Africa and the world'
Cluttered but beautiful, the digital publication promises to ‘turn academic work into public knowledge'
Tangier in North Africa and Tangier in the US offer opposites of climate change language games
Platform wants to be seen as a tech company but is becoming a media company with accountability issues
The 2022 MyFrenchFilmFestival is available to view free of charge until February 14, writes Chris Thurman
Exits of stars and beloved characters so commonplace now that it’s less and less hard to care about these deaths
Restoration has confirmed that the 2,700kg piece of marble had veins and numerous minute cracks
Rise in global popularity of South Korean culture is being spearheaded by successes such as Parasite and Netflix hit Squid Game
Avontuur Wine Estate's exhibition Art & Equus presents works that conform to and resist the familiar artistic treatment of horses
In her latest series, photographic artist Aïda Muluneh asks of her viewers to embrace adversity without fear, writes Chris Thurman