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The Fransie Pienaar Museum

Prince Albert Fransie Pienaar Museum Cultural history exhibits illuminate aspects of 19th-century mining and the traditional distilling of witblits [white lightning] alcohol, which is still made today. Prince Albert is known for its sun-ripened fresh and dried fruit, especially figs and apricots. In the Prince Albert Valley, to the south of the village, farmers have restored vineyards last farmed in the...

The Elgin Apple Museum

The Elgin Apple Museum - Elgin Valley in the heart of the Cape This thatched cottage houses one of the world's two apple museums. The Elgin Apple Museum was established in 1972. Depict the industry from the days of cumbersome machinery to the electronic computerized methods in use today. One of two apple museums in the world. It reflects the history of the apple industry in SA. This is shown by means of photographs or with old...

Centre for conservation education (Cape Education Museum)

Centre for conservation education (Cape Education Museum) Documents educational development in the Western Cape.Displays of artefacts, documents and photographs on the development of education in the Cape Province. All the outdoor and museum education programmes are co-ordinated by the Centre for Conservation Education, which incorporates the Education Museum. The Centre offers interesting and varied approaches to conservation...

Johans Borman Fine Art

Johans Borman Fine Art A showcase for the best of South African Old Masters as well as some of our top contemporary artists and wild life paintings and sculptures. Specialises in the work of well-known local artists, plus old masters, textbook favorites like Stern, Sekoto, Pierneef and Boonzaaier. Come here to invest for a rainy day or for a history lesson. Borman is hesitant to single out...

Michaelis Collection

Michaelis Collection The former City Hall (the Old Town House), built in 1755, contains a world-renowned collection of Dutch and Flemish artworks, including work by Frans Hals, Van Ruisdael and Van Dyck. The Michaelis Collection in the Old Town House has become a place to which to return from time to time which built in 1755 in Cape Rococo style. Donated by Sir Max Michaelis in 1914, it...

Mayibuye Centre Collection

Mayibuye Centre Collection Comprises material relating to all aspects of apartheid and the anti-apartheid struggle, social life and culture. Includes a photographic archive, posters and banners, oral history, and collections of historical papers and art. Visitors and researchers have access by appointment only to the the collection which comprises material relating to the apartheid and the...

Mark Coetzee Fine Art Cabinet

Mark Coetzee Fine Art Cabinet Installations, exhibitions and collections featuring the work of emerging and established contemporary South African artists. Amaler-Raviv moved to Cape Town where numerous projects developed. A twenty metre sight specific installation for the District Six Sculpture Project 'Dislocation Relocation'; large oil paintings on glass 'Departure' at Mark Coetzee Fine Art and two...

Lipschitz Gallery

Lipschitz Gallery Showcases emerging and established South African artists in various media, including painting, sculpture, ceramics, glass, printmaking and photography. They will take you on a memorable safari of art to the best of Cape Town's artistic community, to enjoy a vast range of superb artworks. Artists are experts in their fields, most having local and international exhibitions...

l'Atelier Photography Studios & Gallery

l'Atelier Photography Studios & Gallery Showcases an ever-changing selection of African-inspired works by Nadine Brajtman and Nicolas Giraud. l'Atelier Photography Studios & Gallery is a contemporary photography studio situated in Blaauwberg. It was established about a year ago and focuses on uniquely creative and comfortable studio photography experiences. They strive to empower people through photography...

Die Kunskamer Art Gallery

Die Kunskamer Art Gallery Louis Schachat´s "Die Kunskamer", renowned for handling South African masters of last century and some contemporary works. Die Kunskamer was established in Cape Town in 1971 as a gallery dealing in South African art exclusively. The year 2001 marked the 30th year of our commitment to South African Art. The gallery is situated at 3 Lower Portswood Road, Portswood Square, (...

João Ferreira Fine Art (João ferreira gallery)

João Ferreira Fine Art (João ferreira gallery) Specializes in contemporary South African art, with regular exhibitions of work in many media. João Ferriera Gallery was established in Cape Town, South Africa in 1998, and has gained a reputation for being one of the country's leading galleries for contemporary artists and art collectors. Leon Botha is one of the longest living persons with Progeria, Greek for rapid...

Hout Bay Gallery

Hout Bay Gallery Permanent exhibition by contemporary artists Paul du Toit and Robert Slingsby, as well as art by emerging and established South African artists. The Hout Bay Gallery, established in 1984 and concentrates on exhibiting works of local South African Artists, such as Glen Tong, Katharine Wood, and many others. It is a friendly and energetic contemporary art gallery situated...

Harris Fine Art

Harris Fine Art Contemporary painting, drawing and sculpture. The artist’s work always been motivated by nature - from microscopic to panoramic. His latest work has its essence in the Karoo and Richtersveld landscape, although it has no reference to specific place or time. Mankind or his flotsam is seldom represented. Harris taught art at Port Shepstone High, Glenwood High School and ML...

Hänel Gallery

Hänel Gallery Showcases internationally renowned artists, both local and foreign. Ellen Hänel opened the "Hänel Gallery" Cape Town in November 1996.The Hänel Gallery has established itself as a reputable space that showcases contemporary South African and international artists that fall well to the left of centre. This gallery has exposed more than one local artist to the European art...

The Everard Read Gallery

The Everard Read Gallery Gallery specialising in South African and international fine art and sculpture. Open Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm, Saturday 9am to 1pm. Southern Africa´s most famous commercial art gallery was established in the young mining town of Johannesburg in 1912. Over the years the gallery has grown in size and sophistication with the emergence of Johannesburg as Africa´s business...