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The gallery is exhibiting the work of an artist who is currently on trial for murdering a woman. The accused, Zwelethu Mthethwa, is a famous South African artist and photographer who has exhibited both locally and internationally. The work presented at Iziko is on loan from the New Church Museum.
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The gallery is located in the Company Gardens, which is a beautiful setting right in the middle of the bustling city that is Cape Town. Entrance is charged at R30,00 for adults which is reasonable. On display in the gallery is mainly contemporary South African
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O ur restaurant, The Gallery, is proof that our love for all art and talented artists extends and embraces the kitchen! The emphasis is very much on South African traditional food, particularly on Karoo dishes such as Traditional Karoo Lamb Bredie a delicious traditional casseroleKlein Karoo Ostrich products very tender, very delicious and cholesterol free! Most of our dishes are unique to the Karoo and South Africa as a whole.
With a flourishing gallery district and a huge art museum in the offing, Cape Town isn't just Africa's new modern art hub - it's getting global attention. As the Asian art market slows, Africa has filled the gap left behind. Last year alone there were two dedicated contemporary African art fairs in New York — Armory Focus and — and more in London and Paris.