Izanne Wiid - Artist
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Izanne Wiid - Artist

Almenkerk Wine Estate, owned by the Belgian/Dutch van Almenkerk family, located in the Elgin Valley, Western Cape. Apart from producing award winning wines, Almenkerk Wine Estate is also the home of Art-at-almenkerk, an experience based sculpture park and gallery. Through their Cape Art Studios (CAST) they assist upcoming artists, offering exhibition platforms and assisting in technical and business skills, whilst providing an Art-Imagineering-Hub. Their partnership with Cape Town Art Agency (CTAA) allows them to bring internationally acclaimed artists to South Africa and also provides an i
art@durbanvillehills is an experienced based sculpture garden and gallery that finds its home at the award winning Durbanville Hills wine estate, offering a spectacular view of Table Mountain and Table Bay. Part of Cape Town Studios (CAST) with 28 years of international experience, they create a meaningful art experience that triggers powerful emotions, ignites debate and also encourages social interaction with the various art pieces on show.
Lists South African artists, art associations, art galleries and art events.
Art and Artists is a representative collection of the works of South African artists, from all walks of life, in all stages of development, and using all types of media.
Artbox is a Pretoria based Art gallery showcasing the work of contemporary South African artists in various mediums (sculpture, painting, drawing, ceramics, jewelry, glass-work and leather-work).
Located in Parkwood, Art It Is curates and supports undiscovered promising artists in Johannesburg. At this gallery you can also buy some of their great contemporary art works at affordable prices. The gallery collaborates with designers, decorators, architects, corporates and everyday people in a non-intimidating manner, making art accessible to anyone and everyone.
Map is a series of site-specific art events, collaborations and exhibitions. The Map venues include traditional art spaces, public venues, such as contemporary pancake eateries(Harrie’s Pancakes) and hotel rooms, where art is brought into the sphere of life. Map’s main objective is to offer younger artists a platform to show and/or perform their work. The Map Gallery and artist’s residency can be found in Richmond, Northern Cape.
The Association of Arts Pretoria, promotes and support the visual arts in a positive and holistic manner. Their aim is to give artists the opportunity to exhibit in public, thus creating awareness of the visual arts among the general population. The Association also undertakes art projects and assist artists to develop their skills.
The South African Art Newspaper is SA’s first national, monthly free art newspaper assisting in the creation of a national art news and information dissemination. Art Times is a product of Global Art Information, a SA based.international art information company.
Asbos is not your typical theatre when it comes to seating and size. But what it lacks in size, it makes up for in atmosphere. The theatre only has room for about 80 people and has a “homey, living room feel”. This provides for a much more rewarding theatre experience. Asbos aims to provide a platform for artists of all genres, from amateur to professional. Visitors to the theatre can expect to see performers up close and experience their talents in a relaxing and intimate environment.
Taalgenoot is die kwartaallikse korporatiewe tydskrif van die Afrikaanse Taal- en Kultuurvereniging (ATKV). Taalgenoot besnuffel en bestudeer alles wat Afrikaans laat tiek. Mense, plekke. musiek, boeke, flieks, kos, gemeenskape – n hele lewenswyse.
equus art gallery Cavalli estate aims to encourage the local arts through its platforms of public sculpture spaces and a public art gallery. Guests that venture into the Lower ground level of Equus are surprised to find the Commercial Gallery, a hidden gem below ground. The 600 square meter art gallery has a stretched translucent ceiling backlit by LEDs, conceptualized to simulate daylight, showcasing rotating exhibitions of visiting curators, alongside a permanent exhibition of other notable works from the Cavalli Estate Private Collection.
The Chavonnes Battery was a fortification protecting Cape Town, build in the early 18th century. Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) is the first major museum in Africa dedicated to contemporary art.
The Clock Tower Art Gallery represents a wide selection of highly acclaimed South African artists. The subject matter ranges from realism to abstract art, but is all intrinsically true to South Africa, not only in the actual end result but in the inspiration of many artists.
Earth Beat/Aardklop, a leading, accessible and sustainable arts festival, held annually in Potchefstroom. This cultural festival incorporates theatre, dance, music, cabaret and visual arts.
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Concrete Growth, with Santie Gouws as director, features in Captains of Construction Leaders Book: The 100 People at the Steer of Infrastructure Development in Southern Africa. Concrete Growth is one of the most influential figures that drives infrastructure development and construction in the country and region with a special interest in concrete as a sculpture medium.
The Cool Capital 2014 Biennale is the world’s first uncurated, DIY, guerrilla biennale: a place for the citizens of the Capital City to collectively contemplate and express why we love our city, and how we can improve it. The aim is to introduce the public to a wealth of art, architecture, sculpture and urban and graphic design.
Diedericks/Faber Fine Art is an Artists’ Collective/Gallery established by Elton Faber and Christiaan Diedericks in June 2013 in Cape Town, South Africa. The gallery promotes the work of local as well as international artists in association with Galleries as well as at local and international art fairs and art shows. The gallery currently focuses on artists working on paper. Diedericks/Faber also offers international artist residencies to local and international artists and printmakers. Diedericks/Faber stands for a high standard in professionalism. Although practices, processes and personal
Public Art exhibition in Stellenbosch. 24 concrete benches are ‘canvases’ for 24 artists & craftspeople to produce works of functional art.
A gallery dealing in Contemporary Art and Old Masters. Art lovers make contemporary art of all mediums accessible to a mixed audience of art lovers, buyers and investors of all ages and income groups through their three exhibition spaces.
Trent Gallery is a small gallery in association with Cameo Framing. The gallery specialize in paper works and old masters.
Fried Contemporary is a contemporary art gallery based in Pretoria. It showcases works by established and emerging South African artists. The gallery focuses on curated exhibitions and feature artists who have a specific historic link with Pretoria. It also showcase artworks by professional artists from elsewhere whose works are rarely seen in the capital city.
Situated in the Art Strip on Jan Smuts avenue in Parkwood, Gallery 2 looks to mediate between formalist ideals and the theoretical artistic discourse of contemporary art. It is their goal to promote a re-appreciation of not only the aesthetic but also a return to the essence of production in art as well as any conceptual discourse that the work may signify.
Grounded at Echo is all about good coffee, community, and inspiring new ideas. Echo Youth Development are part owners of Grounded and together they work towards supporting young people in need. Weekly events and monthly exhibitions are held, creating an exciting alternative venue with a cosmopolitan flavour.
Manchester School of Art’s Holden Gallery at Manchester Metropolitan University. The gallery explores thematic ideas through the work of key contemporary artists.
Klein Karoo Nationale Kunstefees is an Afrikaans language arts festival that takes place yearly in Oudtshoorn. The festival includes both the visual and performing arts and is currently the largest South African arts festival. The festival has come to play a central role in Afrikaans stage productions – new productions are usually first staged at the KKNK and are then performed throughout the rest of South Africa during the rest of the year. Annually the KKNK attracts more than 1000 artists performing or exhibiting in more than 200 productions and exhibitions over eight days.
KLIP COLAB Jewelry transcends the boundaries between art and jewelry. Marina and Nicki making conceptual and contemporary pieces revolving around natural elements – bones, stones, animal droppings, pressed flowers – unplanned, intuitive wearable works of art.
Mathews and Associates Architects cc, an award winning architectural and design practice. The driving force behind the Cool Capital 2014 Biennale, establishing Pretoria as the Sculpture Capital of South Africa. Designers of A RE YENG TRT(Tshwane Rapid Transit) Memory Box Stations and the Vertical Elements for commissioned artworks.
Michael Meyersfeld lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa. His work is notable for its stark, sometimes somber, lonely and edgy imagery that has separateness from reality. His more recent work involves the staging of people in structured scenes portraying man’s emotional and behavioral patterns.
Oliewenhuis Art Museum’s mission is to collect, conserve, and exhibit works of art which represents the heritage of South African art on behalf of and to the advantage and edification of the entire community. The Art Museum is committed to the development of human resources in the fields of arts and culture and fulfills its mission by means of publishing research and information relevant to its collection, and by providing advice on purchase to members of the public, corporations and public institutions. The Reservoir, an unique underground space, an extension of the Oliewenhuis Art Museum
NIROX is set in the heart of The Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. It comprises an international artist’s residency programme, a local artist’s accommodation programme and a sculpture park. NIROX collaborates with local museums, galleries and academic institutions and leading local curators, whilst having access to local and international corporations interested in the contemporary arts.
The North-West University (NWU) Gallery consists of two separate functioning art galleries. The main gallery, also known as the NWU Gallery, is situated next to the Ferdinand Postma Library on the Potchefstroom campus. This gallery has exhibited various South African and international artists. The second gallery, known as the NWU Botanical Garden Art Gallery, presents a platform where up-and-coming and local artists are given the opportunity to exhibit within a professional gallery environment.
Open Window Institute (OWI) is accredited with the Council on Higher Education and provides cutting edge and progressive education in the fields of visual communication, design, film and interactive arts.
Oppikoppi is a music festival held in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, near the mining town of Northam. The festival started off focusing mostly on rock music, but gradually added more genres and now plays host to a complete mixed bag of genres. Anything from jazz, world music, house music, acoustic, comedy and all else in between can be heard on one of the multiple stages. Each year on the second weekend of August thousands of people flock to the farm to camp out in the bush and enjoy the music for several days. The festival features mostly South African bands, although international act
Pretoria Portland Cement Company Limited or simply PPC Cement is a South African cement producing company. PPC Ltd is one of the biggest supporters of the Arts fraternity in South Africa, sponsoring the PPC Imaginarium Awards programme aimed at promoting and supporting emerging creative talent in South Africa.
The Pretoria Art Museum came into being in order to house the Municipality’s growing art collection, which had been built up since the early 1930’s. The museum was officially opened in 1964. The museum’s main focus is on contemporary South African art.
Priest Espressobar serve as one part Production Office, one part Espressobar and one part Art Gallery. It forms part of the popular art gallery strip along Jan Smuts Avenue in Rosebank, diagonally opposite the Goodman Gallery. Priest’s current headquarters are in Woodstock, Cape Town.
The Sasol New Signatures art competition was established by the Association of Arts Pretoria in the early 1960’s, and is the longest running, national art competition in South Africa. Sasol New Signatures is unique in that it is the only competition for new artists, allowing them the opportunity to showcase their work for the first time.
Site_Specific Land Art is a not-for profit association that promotes site-specific art in Africa, facilitating communities to care for and appreciate their environment, as well as supporting and co-ordinating art and environmental creators and patrons.
Stellenbosch Outdoor Sculpture Trust is a non-profit organization supported by generous contributions from individuals, foundations, and corporations. It brings contemporary art to a broad audience in Stellenbosch by mounting free exhibitions of international scope that offer the public powerful experiences with art and the urban environment.
ST LORIENT is a contemporary fine art gallery in Pretoria, dedicated to the promotion of national and international artists, providing original fine art to established and emerging collectors. It is also home to innovative, singular, and pioneering exhibitions across a variety of media and genres.
Stellenbosch University Botanical Garden is located in the historical center of Stellenbosch and is the oldest university botanical garden in South Africa. This compact Garden houses an enormous diversity of plants, both indigenous to South Africa and exotic. The Botanical Garden strongly supports and collaborates with other departments housing regular Sculpture Exhibitions.
Suzaan Heyns is a Johannesburg based South African luxury label. Founded in 2008, the label has grown a cult following amongst the local fashion crowd with its signature architectural and sculptural design approach. Classic silhouettes are given an avante garde twist with creativeness drawn from as far afield as the surreal to functional art. An instinctively unique design approach have garnered many accolades as well as having been internationally publicized and published, establishing Suzaan Heyns as one of South Africa’s most prominent contemporary designers. A true world traveler, she dra
The Corner Shop Linden is a meeting place for creative people. A destination shop in Linden where you can find amazing yet affordable artwork, quirky objects and contemporary home and giftware. The Corner Shop is a platform for well-known and upcoming artists to produce accessible editions of their work, you wouldn’t find in mainstream galleries.
The Tina Skukan Gallery is situated on one of the last remaining smallholdings In the suburb of Faerie Glen, Pretoria, which originated out of the former Valley Farm smallholdings. This incredible landmark, tucked away in the heart of suburbia, forms part of the Bronberg Nature Reserve. This art and nature lover’s paradise hosts monthly exhibitions and cultural activities such as artists talks, demonstrations, walkabouts and site specific interventions.
The Turbine Art Fair takes place at the iconic Turbine Hall in Newtown. It attracts a diverse crowd of visitors ranging from established collectors to quests who have never purchased art but are interested in finding out more and starting a collection. The fair is a lifestyle event with live music performances, delicious food and drinks offerings and entertainment for the whole family.
Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is a proud product of South Africa’s first decade of democracy. The Faculty of the Arts offers fully equipped studios for glass-making, ceramics, sculpture, painting, drawing and printed-image.
The building has clean, minimalistic lines with high volumes and a huge bay window overlooking Kingsway. The roof of the art gallery is grassed. An minimalistic space offering world class exhibitions.
Casterbridge Lifestyle Centre, White River, Mpumalanga. A contemporary gallery exhibiting both the best of local as well as national artists.
The Wakkerstroom Music Festival is a Non-Profit Organisation and a Public Benefit Organisation. The aim of the WMF is to promote an awareness of Performing and visual Arts in rural communities and raise funds for a bi-annual Bursary Competition.
Woordfees Festival in Stellenbosch, an annual nine-day festival filled with a literary and art overload. ‘Word Festival’ is one of the most anticipated creative affairs in the Western Cape, the programme packed with poetry, stories, live music performance, film and art exhibitions.

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