21.11.01 'Homeport' to open at V&A Waterfront
Flags, codes and messages are hidden or revealed in locations around the Cape Town harbour in the culmination of 'Homeport' - an art event described as a 'sea voyage through six harbour cities'
07.11.01 Outdoor sculpture to bloom at Spier
The launch of the first Spier Outdoor Sculpture Biennial marks a commendable move by the wine estate to include visual arts in its annual festival, writes Tracy Murinik
07.11.01 Post WTC attack - Art Basel Miami Beach postponed
Johannesburg's Goodman Gallery is among 150 of the world's leading galleries affected by the cancellation of the first Art Basel Miami Beach fair due to the 'current situation in the United States'. Sue Williamson reports
31.10.01 SBYA award for 'dark prince of pop'
Cape Town artist Brett Murray was this week named Standard Bank Young Artist for Visual Art 2002
The Cape Town Festival is on again
The second Month of Photography and the first Spier Outdoor Sculpture Biennial are higlights of the visual arts component of the next Cape Town One City Festival, scheduled for March 16-24 2002
Opinion: Art and the art world after September 11
Following the attack on the World Trade Center, Flash Art's Giancarlo Politi posed some questions to players in the art world. Rasheed Araeen, founding editor of Third Text, sent Artthrob his response
17.10.01 Documenta11 - Platform1 continues in Berlin
Currently taking place at the House of World Cultures is part two of Documenta11's first platform - a symposium on the theme of 'Democracy Unrealized'. We publish the introduction by Okwui Enwezor and abstracts by Homi Bhabha and others