Zeitz MOCAA reopened with Home Is Where The Art Is: Art Is Where The Home Is, an unprecedented exhibition dedicated to the art made, owned, and loved by Capetonians.
Titled Home Is Where The Art Is: Art Is Where The Home Is, the exhibition is unprecedented for a major museum in South Africa and showcases around 2,000 artworks from professional and amateur artists, children, collectors and others.
After an online entry period, the exhibition saw thousands of city residents make their way to drop-off points across the Peninsula where they queued to submit their entries.
“As part of a re-positioning and re-articulation of the role of our institution, this exhibition marks a transformative shift in how Zeitz MOCAA engages with audiences and foregrounds the creativity and diversity of those in Cape Town.”
Looking beyond the reopening exhibition, Zeitz MOCAA will also welcome shows that will focus attention on the work of individual voices. These include
- Line In The Sand by Haroon Gunn-Salie which opened on 22 October,
- Alfredo Jaar: The Rwanda Project in November,
- Senzeni Marasela’s Waiting for Gebane in December, and
- Tracey Rose’s retrospective Shooting Down Babylon in February 2021
SPECIAL WELCOME BACK OFFER – We can’t wait to see you!
New opening hours are Thursdays to Sundays, from 10am to 6pm.
To celebrate their reopening, all tickets bought during October and November will be valid for three months and can be used for multiple visits.
Save time and book your tickets HERE
“The excitement of exploring Zeitz MOCAA remains, but your guest experience will feel a bit different as we stay safe together. Please visit ”
WHERE: Zeitz MOCAA, V&A Waterfront Silo District, S Arm Rd, Waterfront, Cape Town, 8001