Currently on View & Forthcoming Exhibitions

In Black & White

Four photographers in conversation,Garry Winogrand, Jurgen Schadeberg, Gary Van Wyk & St.John Fuller

24 July to 30 August

Guns & Roses

Rulers Of The Last Kingdom
The exhibition seeks to fuel or demystify perceptions, notions and discourses around women by women.
Clare Menck and Agnes Heinz are included

24 August to 23 September
Galerie NOKO Port Elizabeth

Heands Up!

Ricardo Pinto Jorge - Solo Exhibition
Erdmann Contemporary
Curated by Franco-Cameroonian, Carine Harmand

Opening on 7 September at 7pm
Concludes on 31 October 2016

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START, Saatchi Gallery, London

ErdmannContemporary returns to this bespoke art fair with a solo exhibition by Eleanor Turvey.

14 - 18 September 2016

Saatchi Gallery, Kings Road, London

International Young Photographers Exhibition (IYPE) 2016

IYPE forms part of the Daegu Photo Beinnale which is the most important and largest photo festival in Asia.
Hosted in Daegu, South Korea

Nomusa Makhubu & Robert Hamblin are included

29 September - 12 October 2016

Dakar-Martigny: Hommage à la Biennale d’art contemporain

Manoir de la Ville Museum Martigny, Switzerland
10 June to 18 September 2016

Nomusa Makhubu is included in this group exhibition
Curated by Hélène Tissières

Studio – Celebrating the Lives and Work of South African Artists

South African National Gallery, Cape Town
Until 30 September 2016

Manfred Zylla’s painting entitled Business, 1980, is included in this group exhibition.

Who is Manfred Zylla?

SitDitAf (Switch it off)

Featuring Manfred Zylla, Dathini Mzayiya, Rory Emmett, Bert Pauw, Tim Hopwood, Agnes Heinz, Debbie Loots, Carla Erasmus, Niklas Zimmer, Aaron Mulenga and Lindeka Qampi

The exhibition will go on view at Aardklop Arts Festival in Potchefstroom from 4 - 8 October 2016.

Media Statement for more information and list of participating artists.

Home Truths

Group exhibition curated by Professor Michael Godby
South African National Gallery & Sanlam Art Museum, Cape Town
20 April 2016 to 3 March 2017
Nomusa Makhubu is included in this exhibition
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