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South African artists draw international interest

South African artists present a unique South African identity to the world, and the high prices many local artists fetch internationally are testament to the growing interest in the calibre of local artists – as well as in that identity.

Tate Modern hosts SA-born Dumas

Tate Modern hosts SA-born Dumas

A retrospective of the works of South-African born painter Marlene Dumas is currently on at the Tate Modern in London. Titled "The Image as Burden", the exhibition charts her career from early works, through seminal paintings to new works on paper.

Gallery: Constitutional Court

South Africa's Constitutional Court is not your average court house. Packed with symbolism and magnificent works of art, the court is always open and anyone may come in and look around at any time.
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ConCourt art tells South Africa’s story

South Africa's Constitutional Court is home to one of the country's most talked about art collections, but here you'll find more than just pretty pictures on a wall, because each piece tells a story of South Africa's history.
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Dumas teen painting up for auction

A fun birthday greeting painted by a teenager nearly 40 years ago for a friend is expected to fetch between US$11 100 (R79 000) and $15 900 (R113 100) when it goes under the hammer as part of a London sale of South African art in two months’ time.

Dumas teen painting up for auction

A fun birthday greeting painted by the teenaged Marlene Dumas nearly 40 years ago for a friend is expected to fetch between US$11 100 and $15 900 when it goes under the hammer as part of a London sale of South African art in two months’ time.
SA art sets new record

Marlene Dumas comes home

Marlene Dumas comes home

The highest-paid living female artist in the world is South African, and she is back in her country of birth with an exhibition cataloguing her life's work.

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