William Kentridge (South African, b.1955), Kinetic Sculpture (Bicycle Wheel), 2016. Wood, metal, bicycle wheels and rubber wheels. Estimate: £70,000-90,000. © William Kentridge

Third Dedicated Sale of Modern & Contemporary African Art

Sotheby's Unveils its Third Dedicated Sale of Modern & Contemporary…

Contemporary 'Masters' pave the way for new artists

All funds from the Siyakhula Michaelis Auction will be used towards…

Auction houses help to grow access to the arts

Two leading auction houses Aspire and Strauss and Co, are proving…
Ceramics by Reinata Sadimba, Untitled, 1998-2000. Terracotta and Graphite. All images courtesy of Perve Galeria.

Masters we need to master

Kamala Ishaq Ibrahim & Reinata Sadimba As elsewhere in art…

Phakama

Rising up to celebrate the potential that South Africa holds   Make…
Pilipili Mulongoy (c. 1914-2007), Sans titre. Estimate : 6000 / 9000 €

Pierre Loos Collection

Modern African Art – Congo 1929 / 1960 Casimir Zagourski   Jean-Bosco…

A culture of reconstruction

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Moshekwa Langa, hand thrown distance, 2000, pen, pencil, acrylic, enamel and spraypaint on paper, 140 x 100 cm Estimates: R250 000 - 350 000

SPRING 18 FOCUS: Contemporary African Art: Moshekwa Langa

Contemporary African art maintains market momentum. Aspire Art…
William Kentridge, Drawing from Stereoscope (Double page, Soho in two rooms), 1999, charcoal and pastel on paper, 120 x 160 cm | Estimates: R4 500 000 - 6 000 000

Seminal Kentridge drawing leads SPRING 18 Auction

Aspire Art Auctions offers important Kentridge work amidst surge…
MaxNormal.TV, GOOD MORNING SOUTH AFRICA, 2008. Label: Runaway Music. Courtesy of Warren Siebrits.

Warren Siebrits

Popular culture today, antique tomorrow Warren Siebrits is a…