- All Galleries
- Underwater Photographer of the Year 2016 Gallery
- Mnt Huangshan Museum Night 2018
- Da Vinci "The Genius" Exhibition 2014
- Mnt. Huangshan Gallery 2018
- "Twenty Seven Years of Photojournalism" Gallery
- UPY2017 SA Gallery
- #OnePercentCapeTown Opening
- Wildlife Photographer of the Year
- Mohau Modisakeng Exhibition
- Courtesy of the Rijksmuseum
- Media Clippings
Museum Night is a multi-institution after hours cultural experience. For one night, the public is invited to explore their city’s museums and cultural institutions after-hours and free of charge.
Photographer: Erika Van Breda
YoTV and Bergvliet High School at Da Vinci The Genius, Cape Town (23 May 2014)
Welcome to a glimpse of the life of a wire photographer from Africa.
Photojournalism - Telling stories with pictures.
1%: Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality Photo Exhibition is now open until 15 February 2017.
Thought provoking images from the worlds leading photographers.
The floor is open.... #OnePercentCapeTown
Exhibition Introduction, Mohau Modisakeng, Chavonnes Battery Museum
This exhibition inaugurates an exciting partnership between Chavonnes Battery Museum and Zeitz MOCAA. Both museums will work together to present important exhibitions of leading contemporary artists from across the continent of Africa.
The Chavonnes Battery is the only place you can touch the sand of the original Cape Town shoreline that has been buried for 300 years. The partnership with Zeitz MOCAA will allow the Battery to act as a site for
contemporary artists to create evocative engagements with site, space and time.
Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) is a public not-forprofit cultural institution that focuses on collecting, preserving, researching, and exhibiting cutting edge contemporary art from Africa and its Diaspora. It is the first major museum in Africa dedicated to contemporary art.
Mohau Modisakeng’s work deals with the symbols and mechanics of power— its abuses and achievements. Mohau Modisakeng challenges us to confront the tools of liberation but also of suppression. This exhibition brings together the largest body of work ever shown by Mohau Modisakeng including sculptures, photographs and videos. The exhibition is drawn from the permanent collection of Zeitz MOCAA, and private collections in South Africa and internationally.
Mark Coetzee, Exhibition Curator