Current Exhibitions

The Art Collection of Huberte Rupert

This exhibition and the full-colour publication celebrate Huberte Rupert's art collection of 20th century South African Art. The book features a selection of 100 artworks from the collection, this includes works by both Modern and Contemporary South African artists.

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The Art Collection of Huberte Rupert
 

The Johannesburg Station Panels

Artist JH Pierneef’s most acclaimed public commission was completed between 1929 and 1932 The Johannesburg Station Panels have been characterised as the epitome of the South African landscape genre. Since 2002, the complete set of thirty-two panels - twenty-eight landscape and four tree scenes, is on long-term loan from the TRANSNET Foundation to the Rupert Art Foundation and have also been exhibited in the Jan Rupert Centre in Graaff-Reinet.

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The Johannesburg Station Panels
 

Artology: from the University of Pretoria Museums

This exhibition is inspired by a word not yet defined in any dictionary. The term Artology is a curatorial perspective and an investigative tool that probes into the University of Pretoria’s collections by actively researching its archives, conserving and curating its collections, and interacting with audiences within the framework of a university museum setting. It is through this tool of Artology, that the UP Museums continue to curate and collect in order to build and reimagine the future of the University of Pretoria’s permanent art collection. 

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Artology: from the University of Pretoria Museums
 

OPEN CALL TO THE PUBLIC

The Rupert Museum looks forward to inviting artists and creatives, from any creative industry, platform or profession, to take inspiration from AbstRacT – the hidden synchrony exhibition from the collections of the Huberte Goote Art Foundation and Rupert Art Foundation.

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OPEN CALL TO THE PUBLIC
 
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