Market Panorama - B31/16Inside OutNovember the 14thMagetha ma Mwere - The Small HarvestRosalinda#mentalmirage@gmail.comAbstract Study - C000863Aki N'ukwa'DreamingSame as it ever wasBilongue (Little brooks make great rivers)Ribu EndabuBilongue (Once bitten, twice shy)Fragmentos perdidos / Lost fragmentsLactuca sativaMirror 7216L'anatomie des tissus #2MéditationBreaking TraditionWashing Line, Rondebosch
Market Panorama - B31/16Inside OutNovember the 14thMagetha ma Mwere - The Small HarvestRosalinda#mentalmirage@gmail.comAbstract Study - C000863Aki N'ukwa'DreamingSame as it ever wasBilongue (Little brooks make great rivers)Ribu EndabuBilongue (Once bitten, twice shy)Fragmentos perdidos / Lost fragmentsLactuca sativaMirror 7216L'anatomie des tissus #2MéditationBreaking TraditionWashing Line, Rondebosch

On the Ground in Cape Town

The art scene in Cape Town, South Africa flourishes during the month of February, as local and international galleries open their booths at Investec Cape Town Art Fair. Across the city, galleries have opened some of their most anticipated shows of the year, including STEVENSON’s exhibition of Barthélémy Toguo’s latest watercolor paintings and EBONY/CURATED’s presentation of Hugh Byrne’s large-scale abstractions. On February 15th, Cape Town’s premier auction house Strauss & Co. hosts its contemporary art sale, which includes standout lots by Esther Mahlangu, Cinga Samson, and William Kentridge. Whether you’re on the ground or browsing online, discover Artsy’s highlights of works now on view in Cape Town.

This is based on the artwork’s average dimension.