Why Should I Hesitate | William Kentridge | Sculpture Exhibition at Norval Foundation

The Norval Foundation 4 Steenberg road, Steenberg Estate, Cape Town

Why Should I Hesitate: Sculpture, will be on view at Norval Foundation and will present three-dimensional work of William Kentridge from the past 19 years. This will be the first exhibition internationally to address Kentridge’s output as a sculptor. Covering several bodies of work, and testifying to his longstanding and spontaneous improvisation when handling three-dimensional […]

Why Should I Hesitate? Putting Drawings To Work | William Kentridge | Zeitz MOCCAA Cape Town

Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa Silo District, S Arm Road, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town

The largest exhibition to be held in Africa in over a decade by internationally acclaimed artist William Kentridge is set to open in Cape Town in August. The major exhibition of his work will be hosted simultaneously in two parts by the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) and Norval Foundation, opening 24 […]

The Merlin Wall | Jooj | Youngblood Gallery

Youngblood Gallery 70-74 Bree Street, Cape Town

The opening night bears witness to the GWR adjudicator awarding the certificate to Jooj, should he beat the existing record of 20226 butterflies. While the origami butterflies are up on display, and for sale, at Youngblood until February, those interested in the event are invited to join on Thursday at 5pm. The Youngblood Arts and […]

A Foreign Land | Alastair Whitton Solo Exhibition | Barnard Gallery

Barnard Gallery 55 Main Road, Newlands, Cape Town

21 January - 25 February 2020 Barnard is pleased to present A Foreign Land by Cape Town based photographer Alastair Whitton. “My first reaction to these photographs was to shiver. Two sentences came to mind, by I know not whom – ‘Africa is a cold country where the sun always shines’ and another – ‘The touch of […]

Rites Of Passage | Group Exhibition at Gallery One11 | Curated by Lloyd Pollak

Gallery One11 111 Loop Street, Cape Town

February 6th - March 9th 2020 RITES OF PASSAGE: “Birth, death and every damn thing in-between” Co-Curated by Lloyd Pollak Rites of passage mark any event of major consequence in our life cycle, particularly any change in our social or sexual status. Usually they take place in societally approved ways that involve the community and some […]

Kwantlandlolo Tangerine Prays For Tabula Rasa | Yonela Makoba Solo Exhibition at FORM

FORM 66 Roeland Street, Cape Town

6 February - 20 February 2020 Tangerine Prays For Tabula Rasa A Solo Exhibition By Yonela Makoba We are incredibly proud and excited to present 'Kwantlandlolo', a solo exhibition by the Orms Circle selected artist, Yonela Makoba. This is our introduction to Tangerine Water who, through this body of work, prays for 'kwantlandlolo', 'tabula rasa'; […]

Broken Land | Daylin Paul Exhibition Opening & Book Launch

FORM 66 Roeland Street, Cape Town

Join us for opening night and book launch of Broken Land by Daylin Paul on Saturday 22 February Exhibition will show at FORM from 22 February - 6 March 2020 The launch and opening of Daylin Paul’s project Broken Land, winner of the Ernest Cole Award, will take place at Form, a new and innovative […]

Closet | Brett Charles Seiler | Solo Exhibition at Goodman Gallery Johannesburg Viewing Room

Goodman Gallery Johannesburg Viewing Room 163 Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood, Johannesburg

25 January - 29 February 2020 Closet is Brett Charles Seiler’s first exhibition with Goodman Gallery. Taking the form of painting and installation, Closet continues Seiler’s ongoing interest in themes of longing, distance and nostalgia. Seiler describes his work as a straight-forward “coming of age narrative” taking place during the gay rights movement. Born in […]

A5 Art Exhibition | Group Show by Observatory Art

Kelvin Corner 170 Victoria Road, Woodstock, Cape Town

23 March - 28 March 2020 A group exhibition of small works (mostly A5), various medium and themes at affordable prices! For someone starting off, buying smaller sized artworks is a foot in the door to collecting art. Buying smaller and potentially more affordable pieces gives budding art collectors the opportunity to become familiar with […]