Cape Town Arts guide 3 Nov to 9 Nov 2017

Cape Town Arts guide 3 Nov to 9 Nov 2017

‘State of the Art’ at Everard Read

World renowned gallery, Everard Read’s Franschhoek branch presents State of the Art, an exhibition of major works by some of the country’s contemporary artists, in a variety of media. The exhibition features works by Deborah Bell, Dylan Lewis, Brett Murray, Lionel Smit, Barbara Wildenboer, Angus Taylor, Ceramic Matters, Nic Bladen, Paula Louw and more.

28 October to 30 November, Tue to Sun 9AM to 5PM

Everard Read Franschhoek, 20 Huguenot Rd, Franschhoek

021 492 4028

Colours of the Heart by Michaela Rinaldi

Ground Art Caffe hosts a solo exhibition by Michaela Rinaldi, entitled Colours of the Heart. Rinaldi uses techniques developed through experimentation and a love affair with colour. One could describe her work as abstract figurative, however she prefers viewers to look at the art with their heart, rather than their eyes, and to find a connection with a piece through a resonated emotion or a personal intimate experience.

2 November, 6PM to 6 December

Ground Art Caffe, 160 Strand St, De Waterkant, Cape Town

021 418 1331

Art Franschhoek

Art Franschhoek sees galleries and resident artists opening their doors to the public, showcasing their finest works and exhibitions. Art houses such as the world-renowned Everard Read Gallery will exhibit major works as well as Ebony/Curated, with its displays of fine arts, sculptures and ceramics; Jacob Hendrik Pierneef will display his works at the La Motte Museum; ceramicist David Walters and daughter Sarah; the Holden Manz Gallery; Leeu Estates and IS Art Gallery.

27 October to 9 November, 9AM to 5PM

Various art galleries, Franschhoek Wine Valley, Franschhoek

021 876 2861

State of the ART presents ‘Pathways’

StateoftheART Gallery presents Pathways, Tanya Sternberg’s solo exhibition of work inspired by the constantly changing landscapes of the Okavango Delta. In this body of work, Sternberg explores the myriad pathways presented to us in life – how we flow through time and space, changing course over and over again. The works are vibrant and spontaneous, capturing the wildness and beauty of the Delta.

19 October to 11 November

StateoftheART Gallery, 50 Buitenkant St, cnr Roeland & Buitenkant, CBD, Cape Town

072 470 9272

Tony Gum at Christopher Moller Gallery

The Christopher Moller Gallery presents Vogue International’s ‘Coolest Girl in Cape Town’ and “artist in learning” Tony Gum’s first solo exhibition, Ode to She. The body of work explores, encapsulates and celebrates the essence of what it means to be human, woman, and an African Xhosa Woman. Gum is renowned for her playful and candid approach to life and to her art.  Here she gleefully explores what it is to be a proud traditional Xhosa female in a modern Western world.

Until 3 November, Tuesday to Saturday

Christopher Moller Gallery, 7 Kloof Nek Rd, Gardens, Cape Town

021 422 1599

‘Walking Man’ at Grande Provence Gallery

The Gallery at Grande Provence Wine Estate presents Walking Man, a solo exhibition of sculptures by one of South Africa’s leading sculptors, Anton Smit. Smit is widely revered for his overwhelming heads and monumental sculptures, evoking themes of suffering, reconciliation, glory and sublimation. His works have been showcased in public and private collections countrywide and internationally.

8 October to 25 November

Grande Provence Wine Estate, Main Rd, Franschhoek

021 876 8630