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This is the first location on Bree Street. Not only during `First Thursday´ (see “Entertainment”). It is more than what you normally expect when visiting a gallery. Large ambience are hosting dancing ensembles, plays and live-music regularly.
The name does not really catch it, but instead this gallery presents the unexpected. No international, but very well curated South-African art. Carl Bezuidenhout exhibits artists with a high potential to shortly be mentioned on internal bases – all to be experienced in intimate rooms of a church.
In Woodstock this is really an institution. They represent artists like Candice Breitz, who was participating at Biennale in Venice, as well as international stars from South-Africa like William Kentridge.
Now we have a pleasant anticipation: end of 2017 the `Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa´ (MOCAA) will open its doors being located in huge old silos in walking-distance from the Waterfront. Leading this conceptual design is London architect and designer Thomas Heatherwick, who at the same time sketches the Google Headquarter. This for sure puts Cape Town on world´s cultural map.