South African National Gallery
Tata Madiba. Father of our democracy: Father of our Nation.
South African Museum
Under Cover of Darkness
In 2018, the year of Nelson Mandela’s Centenary, we are excited to have you join us at Iziko South African Museum for our upgraded Tata Madiba exhibition.
The upgraded Tata Madiba exhibition content and objects are...Continue reading
Print Promises brings together more than 50 works by artists utilising printmaking in different ways, from woodcuts to screen prints, and etchings to lithographs. Using the permanent collection of the Iziko South African...Continue reading
Friends50 is a curated selection of items taken from the more than 300 Friends supported acquisitions which have been purchased during the course of the past 50 years by the Friends on behalf of the National Gallery.... Continue reading
This exhibition enters into conversation on the legalisation of sex workers; the history of the Slave Lodge as an unofficial “slave brothel”; and an insertion of outcasts and marginalised bodies into spaces of...Continue reading
This multi-media exhibition arose against a backdrop of increasing gender-based and sexual violence perpetrated by men in South African society, that has prompted a growing focus on masculinity. The controversial hashtag...Continue reading
One in every four women in South Africa is in an abusive relationship. Every six days, a woman in South Africa is murdered by her partner. Every 25 seconds, a woman or girl is raped in South Africa. These shocking...Continue reading
The exhibition Hidden Treasures is a rich display of many outstanding and rare objects from Iziko’s Permanent Collection of African Art. Some of these have never been exhibited before, while others are newly...Continue reading