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Wilderness, tranquillity and the South African scenery… This sculpture garden is not only the art gallery of Dylan Lewis; internationally renowned South African sculptor, but also an...

Augusto De Luca graduated in law, then became a professional photographer in the mid-1970s, working in the threshold between traditional and experimental photography. His style is a...

It was first light when the bus trundled out of the station and I was sulking big time.  We were leaving New York and after five days...

At the beginning of the year we tilted our curious antlers closer towards analytical content, resulting in streamlined original pieces and refined editorial features. It has been...

I remember learning about public space and the importance of the street environment during my early years as an architectural student. I found it difficult to understand...

In 2014, young dancer Jacob Jonas set out to create a greater awareness of the art of dance. As a dynamic dancer himself, he approached it as...

The kitchen; the one space in a house that witnesses the emotional spectrum of a relationship - a range of intimate engagements and exasperating encounters. In 1990,...

I know, I know - there are so many ‘best of architectural photography’ articles out there. But searching the web for inspiring pieces, it seemed to me...

I have lived in Johannesburg my entire life. My parents have always made an effort to drive and walk my sister and I through the city centre, showing...

London based photographer, Matt Crabtree rides the train everyday and like many of us he spends quite a bit of time observing his fellow commuters. One little...