Events

XPRESSO Café is the FIRST R10 TAKE-AWAY coffee shop franchise in South Africa to sell ALL of the items on its menu for ONLY R10 each!! Our main focus lies in offering our customers flavourful coffee, delicious pastries, appetising sandwiches and decadent treats to enjoy anytime of the day. Find one near you Western Cape only. […]

Panels of Place is both an ode to and ongoing documentation of South African landscapes. Capturing iconic sites like Orlando Stadium and domestic settings like the backyard of a Melville house, Schönfeldt places himself in the role of an avid archivist and witness to create an inventory of contemporary South African life. Exhibition runs until 19 October […]

Highlighting Hodgins’ lesser-shown paintings in the collection, the exhibition includes powerful works that wrestle with the paradox of a world in which extremes of beauty and horror co-exist. Exhibition: August 1- 9 November 2019 Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday 10h00 – 16h00. Tel (Mon – Fri): 011 717 1365 (Sat): 011 717 1358. Wits Art […]

In Broken Land, photographer and journalist Daylin Paul investigates the impact of Mpumalanga’s coal power stations on the local communities. The exhibition goes beyond documenting the environmental cost of extracting and burning coal to “personalising the experience of the local people who are on the front lines of this crisis.” Exhibition runs until until Sunday […]

XPRESSO Café is the FIRST R10 TAKE-AWAY coffee shop franchise in South Africa to sell ALL of the items on its menu for ONLY R10 each!! Our main focus lies in offering our customers flavourful coffee, delicious pastries, appetising sandwiches and decadent treats to enjoy anytime of the day. Find one near you Western Cape only. […]

Panels of Place is both an ode to and ongoing documentation of South African landscapes. Capturing iconic sites like Orlando Stadium and domestic settings like the backyard of a Melville house, Schönfeldt places himself in the role of an avid archivist and witness to create an inventory of contemporary South African life. Exhibition runs until 19 October […]