The website of Cape Town's Hänel Gallery features a 360° walkabout of Stefan Blom's show.
One of the oldest galleries in Cape Town, the AVA provides space for a continuous round of exhibitions decided upon by a committee.
An energetic Cape Town gallery run by artist Alex Hamilton, exhibiting paintings, sculpture, ceramics, jewellery and photography.
Durban's Bartel Arts Trust acts as a community cultural centre on the harbour, with exhibitions, art shops and music, theatre and dance venues.
Small, functional site of a gallery located in Cape Town's picturesque Wynberg. Current exhibitions are listed and work by gallery artists can be referenced.
Website commemorating the area of District Six and honouring the people who fought against the forced removals and Group Areas Act.
Home of South Africa's top art dealer, Linda Givon, whose artists include Kendell Geers, William Kentridge, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Sue Williamson and Moshekwa Langa.
Cape Town dealer João Ferreira's gallery in Hout Street showcases work by top South African artists.
Home of the Port Elizabeth gallery, with news of current exhibitions and activities and a virtual tour of some highlights.
Information about MTN's corporate art collection, gallery and educational institute.
A portal offering access to most of South Africa's national and regional museums.
Comprehensive site with info about the permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, library and newsletters.
The website of Durban's top gallery, run by the Natal Society of Arts.
Helen Martins' home and sculpture garden in Nieu-Bethesda are beautifully documented, alongside info about the Owl House Foundation's conservation efforts.
This site brings together the collection of Fernand Haenggi, comprising mainly 1960s works by artists including Norman Catherine, Lucas Sithole, Judith Mason and Lucas Seage.
The Cape Town based centre co-ordinates activities aimed at fostering the development of the practice, teaching, scholarship and criticism of photography.
One of Cape Town's more enduring art institutions, housed in a historic farmhouse once owned by artist Ruth Prowse.
This online gallery promotes visual artists in South Africa with the aim of selling work, and includes articles, news and profiles.