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1913 Land Act: images of loss

A wrenching photography exhibition at the Wits Art Museum vividly documents the dispossession, hardship and grief of black South Africans following the 1913 Natives Land Act.
South Africa looks back 100 years

Art auction at Wits to dazzle

The Wits Art Museum holds an important collection of African art. The institution is set for an auction of top South African works, the proceeds of which will enable it to launch its own endowment fund for future education and events.
Chinese Girl under the hammer

African artists shine at the Tate

African art is in the spotlight in the UK – the prestigious Tate Gallery has launched a two-year programme of activities focusing on the best of the continent’s emerging and established modern and contemporary artistic talent.
ConCourt art tells SA’s story

Honours for SA photographers

Honours for SA photographers

South Africans David Goldblatt and Barry Lategan were among 22 photographers from around the world who were honoured at the Royal Photographic Society's prestigious annual awards ceremony in London on Thursday.
Premier photo award for Goldblatt

Premier photo award for Goldblatt

South African David Goldblatt has been named the recipient of the 2006 Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography, widely regarded as the most important prize in photography.


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