Albert Adams (1929-2006) – a fractured history

Albert Adams (1929-2006) – a fractured history 9 June – 8 October 2017 Curated by Marilyn Martin and Robyn-Leigh Cedras This retrospective of Albert Adams’ oeuvre, which spans more than fifty years and includes works on loan from national and international public and private collections, reveals his prodigious talent for drawing from a very young […]


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Or “the big five” a term the late Mrs Huberte Rupert used when she curated this display, features the works of five of her favourite artists – Jean Welz, Cecil Higgs, Maggie Laubser, Irma Stern and Anton van Wouw – most of whom she had close friendships with. The exhibit boasts 27 Stern paintings and is […]



By kind permission of the Transnet Foundation, the well-known Pierneef Johannesburg Railway Station panels are now on view at the Rupert Museum in Stellenbosch. In 1929 Pierneef was commissioned by the South African Railways to produce thirty-two panels to be displayed in the concourse of the then new Park Station in Johannesburg. On 26 November […]