Cape Town Art Guide -31Mar

Lhola Amira – Looking for Ghana & The Red Suitcase

The South African artist engaged with current issues of contention while she was on the continent, through a number of appearances and interactions. In her signature fusion of politics, economics and art, Lhola Amira developed Looking for Ghana & The Red Suitcase as the first installment of further physical investigations into assumption, contradictions and associations placed on contemporary definitions of Africa. 

Until 1 April


SMAC, 1st Floor, De Wet Centre, 2 Church Street, Stellenbosch

Tel: (021) 887 3607

Rust en Vrede gallery

There are three exhibition spaces at the well-established Rust en Vrede Art Gallery which showcases works of art by established and emerging artists.

Until 3 May @ 10am


10 Wellington Road, Durbanville

Tel: 021 976 4691


An Exhibition of Paintings by FrederikeStokhuyzen

A solo exhibition of paintings by FrederikeStokhuyzen, opening and introduction by Amanda Botha. The glory and resilience of nature are a constant source of inspiration in FrederikeStokhuyzen’s work.

Until 8 Apr @ 4:30pm


The Cape Gallery, 60 Church St, Cape Town

Tel: 021 423 5309

Mirage – Art Exhibition

Contemporary art gallery Salon91 hosts the opening night of Kirsten Beets’ latest exhibition entitled Mirage. Her artwork embodies the fragmentary illustrations of a shifting memory, somewhere between the feeling of a hot, dry Cape Town without water and the preserved green kingdoms of the suburban and botanical garden.

5 April 2017 @ 8.30pm


Salon91, 91 Kloof St, Gardens, Cape Town

Tel: 021 424 6930

Naturalis | Exhibition

NEO Event space’s first group exhibition, Naturalis.  This exhibition displays nature in its raw state as seen through each artist’s interpretation of their natural world.

30 Mar – 1 Apr @ 7pm


NEO Venue, R301, Wellington

Tel: 082 840 2928