This Art Museum’s collections reflect the rich diversity of cultural groups in the Eastern Cape province, consisting of South African art, particularly that of the Eastern Cape, British Art, international printmaking and Oriental art. The Permanent Collection is supplemented by an active programme of temporary exhibitions, which showcase the best that art has to offer in South Africa and from abroad. A
Create your own masterpiece from wood, clay or beads. To work alongside Limpopo’s master-crafters in a typical rural workshop is a gratifying experience. The artists are patient teachers and love to share their rich cultural heritage with visitors.
Situated in the Company’s Garden is South Africa’s premier art museum. This exceptional collection of South African, African and Western European art grew from an initial bequest by Thomas Butterworth Bayley in 1871. The Iziko South African National Gallery represents works from a range of both established and upcoming South African artists, covering various forms of artistic expression and art periods. Boasting
The Johannesburg Art Gallery (JAG), is the biggest gallery on the subcontinent, with a collection larger than that of the South African National Art Gallery in Cape Town. The Gallery is housed in a beautiful building designed by Edwin Lutyens, who was also involved in the design and building of New Delhi. The gallery currently has more than 9 000
Officially opened as a satellite of the National Museum in 1989, this Art Museum holds in trust a historical and contemporary collection of South African art. Oliewenhuis is situated within 12ha of natural vegetation and is surrounded by a beautiful garden complemented by the African Carousel, a working carousel with 16 original artworks, and the Sculpture Park, comprising 17 sculptures