Corner of Church and Loop Streets
Monday – Friday
09:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 14:00 Visit Website
99 Loop shines a spotlight on a wide range of top emerging and established artistic talent from South Africa. On the corner of Loop and Church Streets, 99 Loop joins a number of other established and brand-new galleries on the same stretch, offering visitors a reason to linger and explore.
The classic 1800s façade conceals a warm, modern interior housing a revolving series of solo and group exhibitions of African art: paintings, sculpture & photography. 99 Loop’s sunlit ground floor is a space for more playful installation work. A new wing, designed by the team from Rennie Scurr Adendorff (who refurbished the Fugard Theatre in District Six), adds to the Gallery’s contemporary appeal, with over 100m2 of exhibition space, as well as a reading area and treed courtyard.
99 Loop Gallery is pleased to present Nyamezela by Richard Mason. Completely removed from the artist's previous projects, Nyamezela could arguably be the artist's closest journey to introspection.
99 Loop is delighted to show Emma C. Aspeling’s latest body of work.
Standing. Siting. Crouching. Kneeling. Crawling. Walking. Running. Floating. Falling.
In the gallery. A virtual world. Your internal space. Wherever you are present; escaping or
trapped. Do you stay to experience or walk on / scroll down?
An experience as specific or non-specific as the images before you.
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