- 1. See the much talked about Tretchikoff Exhibition at Iziko South African National Gallery and decide for yourself whether he was an artistic genius or commercial king of kitsch. Or both! On until 25 September.
2. If you haven’t visited Casa Labia in Main Road Muizenberg yet, then their Intimate Surfaces exhibition presented by ArtSideIn, will serve as an introduction to this magnificent former residence of Count and Countess Natale Labia. You feel like an aristocrat when you dine or attend a musical recital in this 18th century Venetian-style palace.
3. Ceramic art is getting the recognition it deserves in this exhibition of Ruan Hoffman’s 100 new ceramic pieces in iArt Gallery, Loop Street.
4. The Red Data exhibition at Everard Read Gallery, V&A Waterfront, runs from 12 – 25 August and highlights species on the endangered list in watercolours by botanical painter Lisa Strachan and silver and bronze sculptures by Nic Bladen.
5. Untamed at Kirstenbosch is a collaboration in which the sculptures of Dylan Lewis and the prose and poetry of Ian McCallum (author of Ecological Intelligence), are housed in a temporary structure by eco-architect Enrico Daffonchio, to explore the lost balance between humankind and nature.