• Mogalakwena Craft Art

    This special little double storey gallery owned by Elbe Coetzee, anthropologist and author of Craft Art in South Africa opened in 2008. Elbe is the owner and founder of the Mogalakwena Craft Village in Limpopo where she works with a team of embroiderers, beaders, weavers and sculptors. The work of these artists is on display together with specialist exhibitions very often focused on the work of women. The gallery is part of the Mogalakwena Craft Art Development Foundation, which works towards economic upliftment to a variety of communities. The 2nd floor is dedicated to works created by craft artists of the foundation.

  • Ebony Curated

    Exclusive local design stands alongside classic and contemporary fine art in EBONY CURATED’s three gallery spaces; the resulting atmosphere is one that simultaneously exudes energy and elegance. Sourcing artwork from across South Africa and rest of the African continent, EBONY CURATED’s art and design collection is engaging and vibrant, with a distinctly African twist.

  • Rust-en-Vrede Gallery & Clay Museum

    This historic building (declared as a national monument in 1984) houses an Art Gallery, Eatery, various art studios and a Clay Museum. The well-established gallery exhibits contemporary ceramics and artworks, and hosts frequent art-related events, classes and tours.

  • Sanlam Art Gallery

    From 2018 Sanlam celebrates its 100th anniversary and more than fifty years of collecting and showing South African art. With works dating from the late nineteenth century to the present, the Sanlam Art Collection constitutes an historically representative sample of South African paintings,sculptures and prints. Building on its strengths Sanlam continues to acquire works of historical significance as well as important images by emerging contemporary artists. A selection of these works is regularly exhibited in the Sanlam Art Gallery in the Sanlam Head Office in Bellville, which is open free to the public. Travelling themed exhibitions from the collection to various centres and arts festivals in South Africa are organised on a regular basis.

  • University Museum: Sasol Art Museum

    University Museum:  Sasol Art Museum – Presents exhibitions of the University’s art, cultural historical and anthropological collections. Admission charged.

  • Christopher Møller Art

    The Christopher Moller Gallery deals in contemporary art, specializing in art from the African continent.

  • The Cape Gallery

    The Cape Gallery seeks to expose fine art that is rooted in the South African tradition, work which carries the unique cultural stamp of our continent. Rotating exhibitions add to the diverse and often eclectic mix of work on show.