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Zeitz MOCAA in October



Enjoy a late-night opening and half-price entry (R100) from 4 p.m. every First Friday of the month at Zeitz MOCAA.

Try your hand at the adult drawing (no prior experience needed) in the BMW Atrium and surrounding tunnels, led once more by artist and guest lecturer, Randy Hartzenberg.

From 5 p.m, hear music by Steve Newman, Peter Ndlala, and Carlo Fabe, from the band Tananas. There will also be a nearby cash bar. And join Discover MOCAA between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.and learn about contemporary art and win prizes.



Join us for our monthly series of children and family-friendly workshops in the Centre for Art Education and elsewhere in the museum.

Don’t miss:

The Family Learning Workshops which take place on Saturday, 12 October. between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., and 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. The morning workshop is geared towards parents/ guardians with children between the ages of 3 and 8 while the afternoon session is for parents/ guardians with children aged 11-17. Click here and here to book.

Our Open Studio every free Wednesday which is facilitated by staff but doesn’t take the form of a structured art lesson. Parents/ Guardians and their children can join in the fun any time between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Book your spot here.

The Children’s MOCAA Tour takes place on Saturday, 12 October between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. The tour has been designed for children to discover information about the artists, where they live and work and what has inspired them. Click here to reserve a spot.



Join us for a panel discussion with artist Nobukho Nqaba whose exhibition Izicwangciso Zezethu… (We Make Plans) explores the precariousness of home and historical displacements.

Sitting down with cartoonist and writer, Andre Trantraal, Nqaba will discuss the role of art within displaced communities and the dynamism and complexities of reclaiming urban spaces.

Andre Tantraal’s collaborative work with his brother Nathan Tantraal is rooted in the communities of the Western Cape. Their credentials include a comic book adaption of historian Koni Benson’s PhD thesis on the history of women’s political struggles titled Crossroads.

Nqaba’s work reflects on personal memories of growing up in an informal settlement in Grabouw and the complexities of migration and labour. Her exhibition is on in Zeitz MOCAA’s Project Space until Sunday, 20 October 2019. Booking is essential as space is limited.

This event is free with museum admission or museum membership. 



Museum members are invited to join Curatorial Assistant, Tammy Langtry for the first of a series of specialised tours of William Kentridge’s exhibition.

Having worked with the artist for months on the exhibition – Why Should I Hesitate: Putting Drawings To Work – Langtry will focus on critical aspects of his practice.This tour is an opportune moment to delve into the acclaimed artist’s thinking and the inspiration for his work. Booking is essential as space is limited



Join Zeitz MOCAA on Sunday 27 October 2019, for What Happens At The Edges, a day-long symposium of discussions and performance related to the landmark exhibition Why Should I Hesitate: Putting Drawings To Work by world-renowned artist William Kentridge. This one-day symposium will present a range of questions and concerns on the role of histories within a post-colonial era and how these have been articulated within the artist’s work.

Participants include leading local and international thought-leaders such as writer Antjie Krog, curators Nkule Mabaso and Carolyn Christov Bakargiev, theorists Premesh Lalu and Achille Mbembe as well as William Kentridge, among others. Booking for the symposium opens at the beginning of October.



Zeitz MOCAA proudly presents an exciting new installation of its permanent collection as part of a recent reimagining of the museum’s galleries and spatial organisation. The collection will forthwith be on view on the fourth floor and will be re-installed annually.

The new exhibition, Two Together, is built around major themes expounded by artists represented in the collection, and each gallery will contain a pair: either two objects, or multiple works by two artists, or two major themes – either in dialogue, as counterpoints, in contrast, or in sync.

As couples do, in comedic duos or in romance, the exhibition will embrace a rigorous engagement between objects and ideas. On view from 31 October, 2019



To celebrate the exhibition, Why Should I Hesitate: Putting Drawings to Work, the Zeitz MOCAA Shop is selling three limited edition posters, all signed and editioned by William Kentridge.

Income generated by the shop goes to the Zeitz MOCAA Foundation Trust to provide access for diverse audiences to our dynamic exhibition programs and permanent collections. It further supports the Centre for Art Education which inspires thousands of learners annually. Shop with purpose, shop conscientiously and support Zeitz MOCAA.



Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has partnered with Fondation Beyeler to present an artistic concept by internationally renowned Swiss artist, Pipilotti Rist, for the institution’s famed Summer Night’s Gala 2017, held on 16 September. Normally the reserve of Fondation Beyeler’s esteemed guests, Rolls-Royce’s patronage ensured that the installation was seen and experienced by the public on Sunday 17 September. 
Visitors to Fondation Beyeler were treated to a sensorial feast within Rist’s highly complex work. Curated by Fondation Beyeler’s Director Sam Keller, the installation was created for the museum’s Summer Night’s Gala. The artistic concept which was supported by the Rolls-Royce Art Programme, is part of an initiative that sees the marque serve as a benefactor in creating new works in partnership with prominent art institutions.

Rolls-Royce will continue the collaboration with Fondation Beyeler and Rist, who is one of the world’s leading contemporary artists, to bring the installation to the marque’s global centre of excellence, the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, West Sussex, in the near future, providing a further platform for this extraordinary and unique piece of work to be viewed once again.

The installation, entitled Tender Roundelay, consisted of 23 kaleidoscopic projections that shone down from the ceiling on 46 round tables within the space. The work immersed guests and the entire setting – the furnishings, the plates and glasses, the food and drink – within a monumental video installation. Using footage taken from the artist’s inexhaustible archive of visual material, the work was calculated with meticulous precision to create a plethora of continually varying impressions.

The resulting four-hour film included motifs from nature, the human figure and historic dining rooms, which were imaginatively choreographed to change throughout the picnic as guests were invited to sit, eat, talk, stand and recline whilst encountering a world of colour and sensual experience. For most artists, developing an artistic concept in which visitors eat, drink and amuse themselves is a rare experience.

Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars commented, “From the inception of the Rolls-Royce Art Programme, we have sought to add to the fabric of the contemporary art world through a series of collaborations with some of the world’s most revered artists. This latest partnership with Fondation Beyeler and Pipilotti Rist sees Rolls-Royce support one of the most significant occasions on the international art calendar, whilst opening the work to a public audience.”

Sam Keller, Director of the Fondation Beyeler, said, “The work of Pipilotti Rist takes us into a world of wonders. The collaboration with her is wonderful. She is probably Switzerland’s best-known artist, and I am delighted that she has created this stunning and unique installation. I am especially pleased that the Public Day with Pipilotti has captivated many visitors.”

Pipilotti Rist commented, “My work ‘Tender Roundelay’ – roundelay is an old English word for round dance – is a voyage of discovery and an experiment about how, and if, the moving electronic image can also unite people when often it rather separates us or forces a group to look in only one direction. This question has interested me for a long time, while the sun is our biggest projector and our eyes are blood driven cameras.”

The Rolls-Royce Art Programme celebrates a shared philosophy with the world of contemporary art and is committed to fostering creativity. To date, Rolls-Royce has worked with leading international artists and key figures from the contemporary art world including Yang Fudong, Sudarshan Shetty, Isaac Julien, Carlos Rolón/Dzine, Angela Bulloch and Ugo Rondinone.

Pipilotti Rist’s artistic concept created for the Fondation Beyeler’s Summer Night’s Gala Tender Roundelay will be shown as part of the Rolls-Royce Art Programme at the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, in the near future.


(In the Cool Twilight, Josh Byer)

Josh Byer is an artist residing in Vancouver, Canada. Josh has invented a painting technique called Faux Fauvism. The goal of Faux Fauvism is to pinpoint the moment in cognition when pattern recognition occurs. 

Featured five times on the front page of Reddit, his online galleries have received 12 million views since 2015. Paintings appear in recent features from, VICE, OPALUS Magazine, The ARTBO, Creative Boom, and 1968 Magazine. Licensed artwork can be found on products available from Posterlounge, Walmart,, Wayfair,, Amazon, AllPosters, and Great Big Canvas.

Below are several of his recent pieces:

Greta Garbo

mixed media on wood panel

8” x 10”

Running Away

mixed media on cold press paper

11” x 15”


mixed media on cold press paper

11” x 15”


mixed media on cold press paper

11” x 15”


acrylic and ink and watercolor on cold press paper

9” x 12”

Audrey Hepburn

mixed media on wood panel

8” x 12”

The Sunday Sisters

acrylic and ink on cold press paper

18” x 24”

In the Cool Twilight

mixed media on linen paper

9” x 12”

The Night That Rock and Roll Came Back

acrylic and ink and watercolor on cold press paper

9” X 12”

The Forest Dancers

acrylic and ink on cold press paper

12” x 18”

The Swan in the Moon

acrylic and ink on cold press paper

12” x 18”

For more information on Josh Byer



The Pop-Up Exhibition Space and Marketplace Finds a Permanent New Home and Name Bringing Together Independent Makers and Artists Under One Roof. Formerly known as Wynwood Alley, a popular monthly art-watching experience and street-shopping destination nestled into a colorful and beguiling side street in the Wynwood neighborhood.

Wynwood Shop looks is serving as a community hub for creative shopping and recurring workshops such as graffiti painting to macramé making and woodcarving. More than an alternative shopping experience, Wynwood Shop is a strong supporter of the growing Miami independent maker community by offering learning experiences that foster the development of emerging makers.

As part of their overall commitment to expression and wellness, Wynwood Shop also features donation-based yoga every Tuesday by Rachel Hazen.  With so much to do and see at Wynwood Shop, you are surely to build an appetite. They currently feature Twice Butter, a Mexican food truck with plans to expand with three food concepts in their outdoor pop-up garden. It’s positioned to become the coolest new neighborhood hang in the Wynwood.

Upcoming Events:


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You’ve heard it before: the eyes are the windows to the soul. Renown photographer Bridges Aderhold will photograph yours at Wynwood Shop this Saturday, August 12 from 7-11pm during Wynwood Art Walk! He’s photographed over 12,000 pairs of eyes around the world, and he’s available to snap yours, too.

Saturday, August 12 // Wynwood Art Walk

7 p.m. – 11 p.m. RSVP


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Wynwood pioneer Michael Perez exhibits at Wynwood Shop, and we’re honored to be holding this show and promoting pop art. Michael Perez is a quintessentialal modern pop artist and always on the cutting edge; his art is dynamic and distinguished by his use of contrasting colors and shapes. His innovative artwork is most immediately recognized by his distinctive, unique faces, flowers and figures.

Saturday, August 19

7 p.m. – 11 p.m. RSVP



This one’s for the graffiti lovers! Miami street artist Maria Delvs sprays paint live. Support your local scene. KOBRA paint available on site.“My inspiration comes from strong, opinionated women. Women who make history and change the world drive me. I have a strong graffiti background but studied fashion and painting” -Maria Delvs

Saturday, August 19

8 p.m. – 10 p.m. RSVP


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Interested in carving your own kitchen spoon? On Saturdays and Sundays at Wynwood Shop, Nima, sculptor and Miami native, will guide you from the know-hows of basic knife handling skills to the more technical carving/chipping techniques used for generations. Learn about exotic woods and how to shape them to their natural grain. Carve your own food-safe cooking spoon. We supply all the tools and exotic hardwoods to get you carving. Just bring your imagination! You go home with a finished spoon to use on your first day!  Our local carving workshop brings out the inner artisan in all of us.

Saturday + Sunday, August 12 + 13

2 p.m. – 6 p.m. RSVP


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Every Tuesday at Wynwood Shop, join us for soft and smooth movement. Say goodbye to the noise and hello to inner-peace with Maslowfit. Get to breathe and open a space in your life that will bring positive vibes. This is a donation-based event; you pay what you feel it’s worth and what you are able to contribute. Together as a community, we decide our vibe.

Tuesday, August 15

7 p.m. – 8 p.m. RSVP


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Meet Yogi extraordinaire Yudy Arias, physical and spiritual guide to renown figures such as actress and model Karen Martines and singer Juanes. Her passion and knowledge of yoga is deep. She offers a journey to awake the senses through movement and calmed guidance. She is also well known for her incredible life coaching, and inspiring her nephew, the known superstar reggaeton singer Maluma.

Tuesday, August 26

10 a.m. – 11 a.m. RSVP

Led by founder and director Diana Gonzalez, the team at Wynwood Shop curates original works by emerging artists and brands, creating an opportunity for exposure and growth for South Florida’s artistic movement. Wynwood Alley, now Wynwood Shop, was established in 2013 when Gonzalez saw the need for a common space that could serve as a stable platform for local artists, musicians, and small brands to showcase their work.  With the help of pop artist Michael Perez and Gallery 212 Miami, they created a monthly street market that would become an artistic and artisanal hub – and eventually an inherent part of the Wynwood art scene. In spring of 2017, the marketplace evolved into a permanent space at 196 NW 24th Street in Wynwood, Florida as a gallery and shop. Exhibits and merchandise focus on bringing together creative makers and artists and promote emerging talent and brands from around the world with a strong focus on Miami. Additionally, Wynwood Shop is now an official South Florida distributor of world famous, artist-favorite, Kobra Paint.