The Art Theft Question

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Recent large thefts of art works in Cambridge, Rotterdam, Pretoria and Cape Town have lead to an increased media dialogue over the nature of art theft including sensationalism and speculation.  Reviewing Artinsure’s statistics, the Art Theft Register, London’s Art Loss

In Memory of Alf Khumalo

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The Alf Kumalo Museum

Alf Kumalo 1930-2012

The Life and Times of Irma Stern

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Artinsure sponsors trees for Beezy Bailey initiative

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Renowned South African artist, Beezy Bailey, launched his 10 000 Tree Landscape project to celebrate his 50th birthday by greening areas of the Cape Flats.

So much more than just art

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Affordable, tailor-made insurance for the arts and all collectables.

Life and Times of Robert Hodgins

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“Being an artist is about putting something into your subject matter that isn't inherently there….” Robert Hodgins

Best camera equipment insurance

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Saying you have insurance is like saying you have a camera. You could either have a Pentax point and shoot, or a Nikon D3200 DSLR.

The Life and Times of Maggie Laubser

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Maggie Laubser was born on the 14 April 1886 in the farming district of Malmesbury in the Cape Colony. At the impressionable age of 17 she visited Cape Town and its cultural life inspired her artistic ambitions.

Life and times of William Kentridge

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Born in 1955 in South Africa, William Kentridge rose to prominence as an artist and animator, winning international acclaim for his stop motion films and charcoal drawings.

Introducing Mzansi’s Golden Economy.

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Towards the end of May, Artinsure attended the Art and Culture Trust (ACT) Conference, hosted by the University of Johannesburg. The two day conference brought together many of the country’s leading arts organizations; “arts is a business” and digital communications theorists and visionaries.

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