Frances Goodman’s Sub Rosa (on until November 9) is a series of anonymous photographic portraits demonstrating the art of "vajazzling" ("a cosmetic treatment in which a woman’s vulva is decorated with jewels"). http://ow.ly/qlG5Z

Frances Goodman (b. Johannesburg), Kapow, Diasec Archival Lightjet Print on Metallic Paper 63 x 80 cm

ON THE STAGE | SA bids farewell to first lady of musical theatre Joan Brickhill. Picture: CAROLYN STEYN. http://ow.ly/t1yaR

ON THE STAGE | SA bids farewell to first lady of musical theatre Joan Brickhill. Picture: CAROLYN STEYN. http://ow.ly/t1yaR

DOUBLE TAKE: Husain and Hasan Essop, winners of the inaugural Standard Bank Young Artist award for Visual  Art. Picture: TIMMY HENNY http://ow.ly/qaBXv

DOUBLE TAKE: Husain and Hasan Essop, winners of the inaugural Standard Bank Young Artist award for Visual Art. Picture: TIMMY HENNY http://ow.ly/qaBXv

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT | Documentary realism contains the surreal, fantastical, grotesque http://ow.ly/t1xWg

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT | Documentary realism contains the surreal, fantastical, grotesque http://ow.ly/t1xWg

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT | Roots of culture of click and mix  http://ow.ly/t1xJj

William Burroughs in the Hotel Villa Mouniria Garden, Tangier, 1961

ON THE STAGE | Lionel Newton, accompanied by Kutlwano Masote, in the trio of monologues Agreed, at the Market Theatre until February 2. http://ow.ly/t1rys

ON THE STAGE | Lionel Newton, accompanied by Kutlwano Masote, in the trio of monologues Agreed, at the Market Theatre until February 2. http://ow.ly/t1rys

BORN FREE: Kertrice Maitisa (as Lindiwe Robinson), left, and Jennifer Steyn (as Ellen Robinson) in Mike van Graan’s Rainbow Scars, directed by Lara Bye. Picture: RUPHIN COUDYZER http://ow.ly/rgTvr

BORN FREE: Kertrice Maitisa (as Lindiwe Robinson), left, and Jennifer Steyn (as Ellen Robinson) in Mike van Graan’s Rainbow Scars, directed by Lara Bye. Picture: RUPHIN COUDYZER http://ow.ly/rgTvr

Justin Fiske’s work straddles the division and conflict between the digital and the analogue, the traditional and the hypermodern, writes Chris Thurman http://ow.ly/rgQkJ  PICTURE: MICHAEL HALL

Justin Fiske’s work straddles the division and conflict between the digital and the analogue, the traditional and the hypermodern, writes Chris Thurman http://ow.ly/rgQkJ PICTURE: MICHAEL HALL

TEMPLATE: Frank Gehry, architect of the Guggenheim Museum of Bilbao, beside the building in the Basque city in Spain. Picture: CARLOS DE ANDRES/COVER/GETTY IMAGES http://ow.ly/rgPQk

TEMPLATE: Frank Gehry, architect of the Guggenheim Museum of Bilbao, beside the building in the Basque city in Spain. Picture: CARLOS DE ANDRES/COVER/GETTY IMAGES http://ow.ly/rgPQk

Bombay Imagination Room extends the visual arts scene in Soweto http://ow.ly/rbQKG

Bombay Imagination Room extends the visual arts scene in Soweto http://ow.ly/rbQKG

Arts and Culture Trust Award Winner for Music Camron Andrews. Picture: ARTS AND CULTURE TRUST http://ow.ly/qIX5e

Arts and Culture Trust Award Winner for Music Camron Andrews. Picture: ARTS AND CULTURE TRUST http://ow.ly/qIX5e

ON THE STAGE: Louch — a star of the stage in the making http://ow.ly/qvo48

ON THE STAGE: Louch — a star of the stage in the making http://ow.ly/qvo48

MUSIC: Lou Reed — ‘Why do I have to go through this?’ http://ow.ly/qlHle

I saw Lou Reed at a cat show I was backstage at the Madison Square Garden Cat Show in New York City. It was very crowded. As I slowly made my way through the crowd, Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson passed.

Timothy Moloi adores the brilliantly glitzy and glamorous costumes, and although his own wardrobe is a little conservative, he won’t be sneaking any of them home. http://ow.ly/qlHem

Timothy Moloi adores the brilliantly glitzy and glamorous costumes, and although his own wardrobe is a little conservative, he won’t be sneaking any of them home. http://ow.ly/qlHem

THEATRE: The outstanding South African cast is led by Brendan van Rhyn as a haughty, imposing, laconic and rather bullying Frank N Furter. http://ow.ly/qlGIc

THEATRE: The outstanding South African cast is led by Brendan van Rhyn as a haughty, imposing, laconic and rather bullying Frank N Furter. http://ow.ly/qlGIc

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