Sean O'Toole

A tribute to the late South African photographer, creator of idiosyncratic portrayals of everyday life under the yoke of apartheid

In the face of 'hyena politics', five artists from the Zimbabwean capital who explore the human form as a symbol of resistance 

At MACAAL, one of Marrakech’s many new cultural spaces, a rich photo survey rooted in journalistic, historical and anthropological enquiry

What use is art when there is no water? Sean O’Toole, Hou Hanru and Barbara Casavecchia on responding to the challenges that this year brings

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Portia Zvavahera, Kuzvarwa Patsva (Rebirth), 2017, oil-based printing ink and oil bar on canvas, 170 x 99cm. Courtesy: Stevenson, Cape Town, South Africa

Stevenson, Cape Town, South Africa

Gallery 1957, Accra, Ghana

Harbour view of the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, 2017. Courtesy: Heatherwick Studio, London; photograph: Iwan Baan

With a host of new private museums opening in Cape Town, Sean O’Toole considers the impact on the local arts scene while Amie Soudien

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Installation view of ‘International Congress of African Culture’, 1962, a pan-African exhibition at the Rhodes National Gallery, Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), which set a precedent for ‘Magiciens de la terre’, the Pompidou Centre, Paris, 1989. Courtesy: National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare

The context and legacy of Jean-Hubert Martin’s contentious 1989 exhibition, ‘Magiciens de la terre’

Curator Raphael Gygax brings together eleven artists from eight countries for this year’s Frieze Projects

Ângela Ferreira, Sites and Services, 1991-1992. Courtesy: Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg

Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa

Goodman Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

A remarkable Beauford Delaney show to black women artists collective iQhiya: a few small reasons to whisper hallelujah