Gauteng Art Galleries

The smallest of South Africa's 9 provinces, Gauteng is the commercial and industrial powerhouse of the country. Show on Map

Destinations in Gauteng

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Anton Smit Sculpture Park

Where? Bronkhorstspruit
Anton Smit Sculpture Park is an incredibly fascinating and stunningly beautiful park to visit. Looking over the Bronkhorstspruit Dam, this three hectare park has pristine lawns and bountiful gardens brimming ...

Afronova Art Gallery

Where? Newtown
Afronova is a Pan African gallery for modern and contemporary art created by Henri Vergon. The elegant gallery space is located in the heart of Johannesburg, the Market Theatre Precinct in Newtown, and ...

Maboneng Arts On Main

Where? Johannesburg
The Maboneng Precinct is one of Johannesburg’s districts that are seeing major development and change. It is also home to the Arts on Main market, which is held every Sunday, from 10h00 to 15h00, and promises ...

Joubert Park

Where? Johannesburg Central
Joubert Park lies right in the city centre, the heart of Johannesburg, just behind the Noord Street taxi rank. It's the oldest park in the city, proclaimed in 1906. Like the inner city, the park forms part of ...

The Pierneef House Museum

Where? Pretoria CBD
Jacob Hendrik Pierneef is one of South Africa’s most well known artists. He was born in Pretoria in 1886 and moved to Holland at the time of the Boer War. He studied there and then returned home to South ...

Art Afrique Gallery

Where? Sandton
Enjoy viewing art from all over South Africa under one roof and meeting the artists through their works. Art Afrique offers daily Art tours through the Legacy Group of hotels - The Michelangelo, The Raffael ...

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