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Dan Perjovschi | exhibition


Perjovschi will spend two weeks in residence at A4, engaging the local context and reflecting / refracting his encounters through a constellation of drawings old and new that will be worked directly onto the gallery walls.


13.02.19 - 09.05.19

TUES - FRI | 10h00 - 17h30 SAT | 10h00 - 14h00


23 Buitenkant Street, Zonnebloem




Open House at Afrikaburn HQ


Come to an Open House in AfrikaBurn’s new(ish) home the Junction Hotel, Salt River. Includes documentary screening, exhibition, informal talks, meet & greet and music. Like all things AfrikaBurn, the content is determined by the participants - expect a smorgasbord of creativity and start practising imagining.


06.02.19 | 16h00 - 20h00

Junction Hotel, 8 Junction Road, Salt River



Remains by Patrick Bongoy | exhibition


Patrick Bongoy, born in DRC but living and working in Cape Town, explores the medium of recycled rubber, transforming it into intricate installations and sculptural works. In this latest body of work, he continues to explore the overarching themes of migration and alienation through the loss of one’s homeland, as well as and the resulting effects on both identity and culture.


Remains is Bongoy’s second solo exhibition in South Africa runs until. The project is a collaboration with EBONY/CURATED.


17.01.19 - 21.02.19
MON - FRI | 10h00 - 17h00
SAT | 10h00 - 13h00


35 Church Street, Cape Town City Centre


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Barnard Gallery


MONOCHROME | exhibition

 features works by Tom Cullberg, Lien Botha, Svea Josephy, Alexia Vogel, Pierre le Riche, Gretchen van der Byl, Jaco van Schalkwyk, Dominique Edwards, Alastair Whitton, Sepideh Mehraban, Nina Liebenburg, Robyn Penn, Connor Cullinan, Vanessa Cowling, Jono Dry, MJ Lourens, Mia Thom, Richard Penn and Katherine Spindler.

22.01.19 - 26.02.19

MON - FRI | 09h00 - 17h00

Blank Projects


/ // ! ǂ by Bronwyn Katz | exhibition


In this, her third exhibition with the gallery, Katz has developed a new system of notation to signify the phonetics of an imagined creole language. Through the creation of new visual forms realised as sculptures and installation made of iron ore, steel, copper and string, and by incorporating aspects of sound and performance, / // ! ǂ explores, through collaboration, the interactions between the visual and the aural, taking cues from Katz’s own personal relationship to language and the voice.


The artist wishes to acknowledge and thank sonic artist & performer BŪJIN / Dani Kyengo O'Neill and fashion designer Tsepo Tsotetsi for their contributions to the exhibition.


opening | 09.02.19 | 11h00 - 13h00
09.02.19 - 16.03.19

10 Lewin Street, Woodstock

Corbeau Pop-Up Gallery


Foreign Interferenz curated by Richard Kilpert | exhibition


Foreign Interferenz is a multimedia exhibition that is the result of an international collaboration. Lars J. Fischedick (Cape Town) invited two German colleagues - Christian F. Kintz and Mathias Hornung - to create work together for the industrial space of the Corbeau building over the last three months. The artists have engaged with the dynamics of foreign-ness – of space, place and each other’s practice.


opening | 07.02.19 | 17h00 - 22h00

08.02.19 - 14.02.19 | 11h00 - 17h00

15.02.19 - 17.02.19 | 11h00 - 21h00


Corbeau Building, 214 Buitengracht Street, Cape Town City Centre



Public Art Culture Connect curated by Kate Crane Briggs | tour


An eye-opening tour of contemporary public art in Cape Town’s centre. The

artists will talk at their work: Brett Murray at Africa, Johann van der Schijff at Arm Wrestling Podium and Jacques Coetzer at OPEN HOUSE. The tour will be led by Culture Connect’s founder, Kate Crane Briggs, an experienced and qualified cultural guide. It will include other pubic sculpture.


16.02.19 | 10h00 - 12h15


RSVP only:

* Cost per head R250 pay pre 11am Monday (11 Feb), then R350, it includes refreshments and info pack.




Urban Archaeology | preview opening


Daor Contemporary launches its inaugural exhibition Urban Archaeology.


Based in the working port of Cape Town Daor Contemporary’s first exhibition presents a collection of artworks that contemplate the material remains and environmental context of the past, and how these reverberate in the ever evolving present.


Artists include: Wilhelm Saayman, Connor Cullinan, Richie Madyira, Adolf Tega, Anton Karstel, Odette Griesel, Shakes Tembani, Nadja Daehnke, Marlise Keith, Carol Anne Gainer, Robyn Denny, Larita Engelbrecht, and Tracy Payne.


12.02.19 - 09.03.19


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Coode Crescent, Port of Cape Town, Foreshore

*Parking in V&A Waterfront Silo underground parking



Kewpie: Daughter of District Six curated by Tina Smith and Jenny Marsden | exhibition


This exhibition explores the life of Kewpie (1941–2012), a familiar name to many District Sixers. Known as a style-leader and sought-after hairdresser, who was also part of a queer community that was highly visible and integrated into the broader community, playing an important role in the fabric and culture of District Six. A collaboration between the District Six Home Coming Centre and GALA (the gay and lesbian archive).


21.01.19 - 31.10.19
SAT | 09h00 - 16h00
MON - FRI | by appointment


25A Buitenkant Street

Eclectica Contemporary


EXDS by Loyiso Mkize | exhibition

EXDS serves as a platform where the artist moves beyond templates and attempts to unravel and unveil reality, to pierce his and our notions of what we perceive as real.


07.02.19 - 01.03.19
MON - FRI | 09h00 - 18h00
SAT | 09h00 - 13h00


69 Burg Street, Cape Town City Centre

Everard Read

Hide by Brett Murray | exhibition

Murray returns with his considered satirical language, but is investigating a more personal, emotionally-charged narrative as well.


06.02.19 - 27.02.19

Speelman Mahlangu | exhibition

Everard Read / CIRCA Cape Town is proud to present a collection of bronze sculptures by Speelman Mahlangu.

24.01.19 - 27.02.19

MON - FRI | 09h00 - 18h00

SAT | 09h00 - 13h00


3 Portswood Road, V&A Waterfront

#FREESPACE at Zeitz MOCAA, V&A Waterfront


#FREESPACE | festival

#FREESPACE creates an open forum of public discussion, talks and performance, provoking different notions of public space.

#FREESPACE offers the opportunity to discuss and engage with the concept of space as a resource and space as a binding medium between people; from a cultural, architectural, urban and personal perspective.

Zeitz MOCAA, Silo District, S Arm Road, V&A Waterfront


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Joburg Fringe l Cape Town l 2019 Curated by Mbali Tshabalala and Sarie Potter | exhibition


The Joburg Fringe aims to encourage a diverse art audience by offering fresh, dynamic, original work displayed in accesible spaces. The joburg fringe is an artist run and artist led intiative. Includes various artists.

Ruth Prowse School Of Art, Anecdotes Projects And Gallery, Loaves By Madame Baker, Eunice Geustyn, Rob Mills, Mara Fleischer, Juliet Yates, Anja Venth


SAT | 09.02.19 | 10h00 - 19h00
SUN | 10.02.19 | 10h00 - 19h00
MON | 11.02.19 | 10h00 - 17h00
TUES | 12.02.19 | 10h00 - 17h00


Ruth Prowse School of Art, 5 Elson Road, Woodstock



Options by Nolan Oswald Dennis | exhibition


Options is Nolan Oswald Dennis’ second solo exhibition with Goodman

Gallery. Consisting of a new series of drawings, diagrams and systems, the exhibition presents work synonymous with its title.


24.01.19 - 09.03.19
TUES - FRI | 09h30 - 17h30
SAT | 09h30 - 16h00


3rd Floor, Fairweather House, 176 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock



Connections | exhibition


This exhibition examines what it means for Greatmore Studios to serve as an international channel of cultural and artistic access in a world that is increasingly becoming preoccupied swith questions of global capitalism, nationality and exclusivity.

Curated by Amogelang Maledu, Thembakazi Matroshe. Artists included: Katharina Lökenhoff, Kimathi Mafafo, Maurice Mbikayi, Nicola Holgate, Nobukho Nqaba, Siri Tolander, Thania Petersen and Ziyanda Majozi, Rory Emmett, Thandiwe Msebenzi


13.02.19 - 17.02.19
MON - FRI | 09h00 - 16h00


47- 49 Greatmore Street, Woodstock



Filling in the Gaps curated by Andrea Lewis | exhibition 

15.02.19 - 31.10.19


Filling in the Gaps will be foregrounding ISANG’s recent acquisitions. It features important historical acquisitions that address neglected histories and works by cutting-edge artists concerned with contemporary issues.


Not the Usual Subjects curated by Ingrid Masondo | exhibition
05.10.18 - 28.04.19


The exhibition, a tribute to the Market Photo Workshop showcases more than 100 artworks by more than thirty artists. As a survey of the Market Photo Workshop, this collaborative project brings together the histories and archives of the MPW in dialogue with the private archives and memories of “alumni”. Not the Usual Suspects broadens the MPW archive and is a timely and critical intervention on contemporary debates about education and the curriculum, histories and archives.


MON - SUN | 09h00 - 17h00


Government Avenue, Company’s Garden, Cape Town City Centre @izikomuseumssa



Six of one half a dozen of the other by Pedro Pires | exhibition


This show is a continuation of Pires’s ongoing research into migration, nationality, and identity construction.


06.02.19 - 08.03.19
MON - FRI | 09h00 - 17h00
SAT | 09h00 - 16h00


Ground Floor, 16 Buiten Street, Cape Town City Centre



Options by Nolan Oswald Dennis | exhibition


Options is Nolan Oswald Dennis’ second solo exhibition with Goodman

Gallery. Consisting of a new series of drawings, diagrams and systems, the exhibition presents work synonymous with its title.


24.01.19 - 09.03.19
TUES - FRI | 09h30 - 17h30
SAT | 09h30 - 16h00


3rd Floor, Fairweather House, 176 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock



Investec Cape Town Art Fair is the largest art fair on the African continent, showing cutting edge contemporary art. The Fair provides a platform for galleries, collectors, curators and artists from around the globe to engage in cultural and economic exchange. We offer an intimate experience of one of the world’s most unique art capitals. ICTAF is where the fast-growing African art market and the international art world meet.


15.02.19 - 17.02.19
FRI - SUN | 11h00 - 19h00


Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town.


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99 Loop


Nyamezela by Richard Mason | exhibition

Completely removed from the artist’s previous projects, ‘Nyamezela’ could arguably be the artist’s closest journey to introspection.


There, where you are by Emma Aspeling | exhibition


Standing. Siting. Crouching. Kneeling. Crawling. Walking. Running. Floating. Falling. In the gallery. A virtual world. Your internal space. Wherever you are present; escaping or trapped. Do you stay to experience or walk on / scroll down? An experience as specific or non-specific as the images before you.


23.01.19 - 23.02.19
MON - FRI | 09h00 - 17h00
SAT | 10h00 -14h00


99 Loop St, Cape Town City Centre



Searching For an Electric Peanut [Part 2] by Jonathan Silverman | exhibition


‘Searching for an Electric Peanut’ is an on-going project by Jonathan Silverman which explores the space between virtual and material - contrasting the cold, alienating, beauty of the digital video medium on the one hand with the bodily, physical and alchemical aspects of painting on the other.


13.02.19 | 18h30 | opening & screening
16.02.19 | 11h30 | talk: Prof. Bert Olivier & screening


Michaelis Galleries, UCT Hiddingh Campus, 31-37 Orange Street, Gardens



exhibition openings | 13.02.19


Gallery 1: Collector’s Focus: The Sanlam Collection

Gallery 2-7: David Goldblatt: On The Mines

Gallery 8: Ibrahim Mahama
Gallery 9: Yinka Shonibare CBE


Norval Foundation is delighted to announce the opening of four new exhibitions, and the unveiling of a new acquisition in the Sculpture Garden.


MON, THURS, FRI, SUN | 10h00 - 18h00
WED | 08h00 - 18h00
SAT | 10h00 - 20h00


4 Steenberg Road, Steenberg Estate



Timeless curated by Beathur Mgoza Baker | exhibition

This captivating group exhibition is a bold and intimate conversation that unfolds through art, time and consciousness.


13.02.19 - 30.04.19 | Daily from 09h00


The One&Only, Dock Road, V & A Waterfront



HERO by Ed young | exhibition opening

OPEN24HRS presents an ambitious project with artist Ed Young.

OPEN24HRS is a new commissioned based exhibition space.

13.02.19 | 17h00

The Harrington, 50 Harrington Street




FIVE POSES by Sara Gobbo | exhibition & artist talk

5 poses, 3 versions each, painted during 9 months after a 23 year hiatus.

Gobbo, an Italian born artist presents her first solo exhibition in Cape Town. Lines, colors, flat surfaces and volume, female figures, pop art, classic poses and fluorescent hues, they were all collected along the path across the 3 continents and are brought together in this collection.


13.02.19 | 17h00: exhibition opening, 18h00: artist talk

13.02.19 - 12.03.19 | running exhibition
MON - SAT | 10h00 - 15h00


Openwine, The Old Biscuit Mill - 373, 375 Albert Rd, Woodstock





Invisible Motifs by Mia Thom | exhibition

An exhibition engaging with the philosophy of music, photography and

the body’s role in the performance of experience. Mia Thom’s Invisible Motifs challenges the classical perceptions and practices of music and photography. Requiring time, technique and the body, music, and photography hold a great impact on our daily experience of the world.


07.02.19 | 19h00 | First Thursday’s Performance
15.02.19 | 11h00 | Final Performance


RSVP required:


62 Roeland Street, Cape Town



Night and Day by Sarah Pratt | exhibition

Sarah Pratt’s latest solo exhibition continues to explore themes that wereintroduced in Migration last year. In Night and Day, nocturnal animals hang out with diurnal animals in unlikely friendships. Her titles hint at the possible gossiping that might ensue between the animal characters in Autumnor At Midnight.

The series makes a stronger reference to wallpapers of the eighteenth century than her last exhibition, with a striking use of flat colour backgrounds and Art Nouveau-style decorative foliage design.


TUES - FRI | 10h00 - 18h00
SAT | 10h00 - 14h00


91 Kloof Street, Gardens



Bodies in Alliance / Politics of the Street | solo exhibition by Marinella Senatore | 16.02.19 - 23.03.19


Suitcase Show | collaborative group exhibition between SMAC & Galleria Massimo Minini | 13.02.19 - 23.03.19


Lacrimosa | solo exhibition by Johann Louw | 16.02.19 - 23.03.19


MON - FRI | 09h00 - 17h00

SAT | 10h00 - 15h00


1st Floor, The Palms, 145 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock


Remnant by Claire Johnson | exhibition 

Once Removed by Daniel Nel | exhibition

SMITH presents Claire Johnson’s second solo collection of works, Remnant, a further interrogation of the relationship between objects and meaning that tracks her fascination with the presence of absence.

Once Removed, a solo exhibition by Daniel Nel is a captivating body of paintings that act as moodscapes dealing with distraction, degrees of distance and the underlying tensions inherent in ordinary scenes.


09.02.19 - 09.03.19
MON - FRI | 09h00 - 17h00

SAT | 10h00 - 13h00


56 Church Street, Cape Town City Centre



Southern Guild


Practically Everywhere by Dokter and Misses | exhibition


Dokter and Misses’ first solo show with Southern Guild will premiere a new series of collectible furniture inspired by the creative disorder and decay of urban ecosystems.


14.02.19 | 18h00 - 21h00 | opening

14.02.19 - 08.05.19
MON - FRI | 09h00 - 18h00
SAT | 10h00 - 14h00


Shop 5B, Silo 5, V&A Waterfront



LAND by Lisette Forsyth | exhibition


Lisette’s work is distinguished by her use of found materials as the ‘canvas’ for her paintings, creating context and a dialogue between her background surface and subject matter


11.02.19 - 18.02.19
14.02.19 | 14h00 | artist walkabout
16.02.19 | 11h00 | artist walkabout


50 Buitenkant Street, Cnr Roeland & Buitenkant Street, Cape Town



Uncharted Lands and Trackless Seas by Simphiwe Ndzube | exhibition


STEVENSON is pleased to announce Uncharted Lands and Trackless Seas by Simphiwe Ndzube, his debut solo exhibition with the gallery. Through painting, sculpture and installation, Ndzube stages an introduction to his imaginative universe, named Echoes of the First Stories.


24.01.19 - 09.03.19
MON - FRI | 09h00 - 17h00

SAT | 10h00 - 13h00


Buchanan Building, 160 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock



The Hunter and His Dog by Joshua Pearse | exhibition opening
Once Removed by Daniel Nel | exhibition


The exhibition explores existence and its meaning, using the tripartite theology of being as a starting point. A sculpture completed in 1838 by the Welsh artist John Gibson, today freely available for 3-D printing to anybody who wants to, provides the physical reference. The three exhibited artworks on show consist of a video symbolic of the spirit, a drawing symbolic of the soul and a sculpture symbolic of the body.


07.02.19 - 17.03.19
MON - FRI | 10h00 - 17h00
SAT | 10h00 - 13h00


54 Church Street, Cape Town City Centre



IQRAA by Thania Petersen | exhibition

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to present IQRA, Thania Petersen’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition showcases embroidered, photographic and video works informed by religious themes and motifs.


06.02.19 - 16.03.19
TUES - THUS | 09h00 - 17h00
FRI | 09h00 - 16h00
SAT | 09h00 - 13h00


16 Buiten Street, Cape Town City Centre



Still Here Tomorrow to High Five You Yesterday | exhibition
30.01.19 - 30.06.19


The Main Complaint curated by Michaela Limberis
07.11.18 - 28.02.19


AfriSam ConCreativity Photographic exhibition

27.10.18 - 28.02.19


Five Bhobh- Painting at the End of an Era curated by Thandazani Dhlakama
12.09.18 - 31.03.19


OFF-THE-AIR curated by Gcotyelwa Mashiqa
15.09.18 - 01.04.19

MON - SUN | 10h00 - 18h00


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V&A Waterfront, Silo District, S Arm Rd, Waterfront