24 Sept 2005-19 March 2006. Drawings, paintings, prints and sculpture documenting the vision and experience of South African artists during the colonial era, under apartheid and following the advent of democracy in 1994. The exhibition, titled ReVisions: a narrative of South African Art, features work by around 90 mostly black artists dating from the 1920s to 2004, drawn from the private collection of art connoisseur Bruce Campbell Smith. Artists exhibiting include big names such as Dumile Feni, Gerard Sekoto, Irma Stern, Billy Mandindi and Peter E. Clarke as well as less well-known artists such as Arthur Butelezi, Mizream Maseko, George Pemba, Trevor Makhoba, Tommy Motswai and Maggie Laubscher. Tues- Sun 10.00-17.00. Entry R10.00, children R5.00.

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Address South African National Gallery, Government Ave, Cape Town. Tel. +27 (0) 21 467 4669. Illustration: The Washerwoman (1960) by Peter E. Clarke.

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South African art revisited.

South African National Gallery, Government Ave, Cape Town. Tel. +27 (0) 21 467 4669. Illustration: The Washerwoman (1960) by Peter E. Clarke.

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