Gallery Events

  • 7 October 2016
    For our October First Thursdays on 6 October we opened LIFE.BODY.TIME, a group exhibition of work by Bettie Coetzee-Lambrecht, Chris Denovan, Michaela Rinaldi, Jodi Hugo, Janna Prinsloo and James de Villiers.
  • 7 September 2016
    On 1 September we opened a solo exhibition of new paintings by Mila Posthumus, entitled PORTRAIT.
  • 17 August 2016
    For our August First Thursdays on 4 August we opened ANIMALIUM MAGICIS - a truly enchanting exhibition by Sally Rumball. The exhibition runs until 20 August.
  • 8 July 2016
    Thank you to everyone who braved the cold to join us for the opening of 'Scapes: Rhythms Of An Environment' on 7 July. Artists: James de Villiers, Karen Wykerd, Joanne Reen, Catherine Ocholla, Janna Prinsloo, Laurel Holmes, Lezanne Kotze.
  • 2 June 2016
    On June's First Thursdays we opened our first group exhibition for the year, 'Beneath the Skin'. Participating artists: Claude Chandler, Corné Eksteen, Ntobeko Mjijwa, Kendall-Leigh Nash, Gary Frier, Damien Schumann, Sarah Walmsley, and Andrew Ntshabele.
  • 8 May 2016
    Our May exhibition is a solo exhibition by Zaan Claassens, "Walking on Water". The art of Zaan Claassens is a celebration of life. In her exhibition, WALKING ON WATER, her primary focus is on water: what happens on its surface, how it varies, how light plays on it, how its moods change.
  • 7 April 2016
    On 7 April 2016 we opened ORGANISM, the second solo exhibition of Janet Botes. Showing recent work inspired by the scientific-biological nature, but also the spiritual symbolism, of an organism.
  • 4 March 2016
    Every first Thursday of the month participating galleries in Cape Town stay open until late so people can walk the galleries after work. We took some photographs before things became super busy...
  • 3 September 2015
    OBSESSED WITH OURSELVES, Chris Denovan's debut solo exhibition was opened by guest speaker Roderick Clayton. Our obsession with faces is part of our visual history, portraiture being one of the most popular subjects of fine art.
  • 14 August 2015
    The opening of LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR, a solo exhibition by Lisette Forsyth. In these works the artist seeks to depict the warmth and personality of her characters in contrast to the coldness of ID numbers, conditions, stamps and crests that document the individuals to whom they belong.
  • 17 June 2015
    The opening of Stillness and Motion by Mila Posthumus. The scenes portrayed may be quiet moments, like a pause before some action is taken, but, the complexity of the settings hint at the quandary of each situation at hand.
  • 7 May 2015
    The opening of '(Life)Like', a selection of works by Alvira and Alouette Ferreira in which they explore the oscillating relationship between the physical world and virtual reality, focusing specifically on the social media platform of Instagram.
  • 2 April 2015
    The opening of 'UNRAVEL', a solo exhibition by Floris van Zyl. A series of paintings in which the artist documents his experience of coming out as a gay man. The carefully unraveling of his old life whilst maintaining the relationships he has as a father and husband.
  • 6 November 2014
    The opening of Asking For It? A solo exhibition by Johannesburg based artist Maria Patrizi. This series of work is the artist's response to the excuse often given that clothes are responsible for abuse.
  • 4 September 2014
    The opening of 'Tell Me A Story' - a solo exhibition by Mila Posthumus at the gallery.
  • 7 August 2014
    ARIA | A solo exhibition by Catherine Ocholla In this series of oil paintings Catherine Ocholla has drawn inspiration from different arias. Turning her gaze upwards she has captured a detailed representation of the dramas playing out in the sky. Ocholla acknowledges the influence of Turner, the ‘master of light’, with his ability to capture and freeze-frame drama and emotion in his landscapes.
  • 3 July 2014
    The opening of 'A Reflection Of Us, a solo exhibition by Lisette Forsyth. "The present and the past meet by some divine intervention called art . A reflection of us. I work on found surfaces from 1860s Government Gazette pages to scrap pieces of wood. The surface dictates the subject: the people, their body language, unique style and characters all develop into a perfect match." - Lisette Forsyth
  • 5 June 2014
    Janet Botes has been a StateoftheART artist from our early days. Janet's debut solo exhibition WILD & STILL opened on the 5th of June with an introduction by VIP guest Strijdom van der Merwe and a performance art piece by the artist herself.