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South Africa's premier art museum houses outstanding collections of South African, African, British, French, Dutch and Flemish art.Selections from the Permanent Collection change regularly to enable the museum to have a full programme of temporary...more
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the exhibition had changed and included some temporty exhibitoons. we were taking friends from Europe and we found the viit veyr interesting . well dispalyed, very nice air condition in a hot day , very cheap entrance fee . really worth it !
You get an idea that nobody cares much about this place as you walk up to the front door on a walkway covered in layers of bird excrement, with the homeless lying here and there. I wanted to see some art by Dutch settlers, considering...More
We spent an interesting couple of hours strolling through the galleries. Which had some nice paintings.
Work by local artists were very good and the textiles very colourful.
Having been to mainly galleries in London Paris and New York the amount of paintings were very...More
The museum is placed at the Company's Gardens in CT and it is spectacularly placed in front of the mountains but the collection requires some time to grow and develop. Not so interesting in terms of art but very much so of architecture and landscape...More
I went here because of the bead work collection. Although it’s a small museum, they do have a nice collection. There was also an exhibit on the sex worker trade, and other contemporary exhibits as well.
This art museum was not originally our our list of Cape Town must dos, but we were really glad we were able to pay the South African National Gallery a visit. With adult admission a mere R30 and being shielded from the elements (ideal for...More
Some have stated “it’s not like galleries in London, Paris” (no kidding!)...or even Sydney but they haven’t thought about what South Africa has been through in recent times + probable under funding for the Arts. Water crisis at the moment is probably a much higher...More