MUSE 08

09 - 23 April

Muse 08 creates a unique opportunity in social documentation by celebrating the lives of individuals who have shaped South African culture through the visual arts, performing arts and new media. Poets and patrons, visionaries and villains, actors and activists, all who play prominent roles in South African Arts and Culture have been captured on paper and canvas by our country’s leading artists.

Annelie Venter
“Ek sien jou Jan Schoeman” Jan Schoeman

Gerald Tabata
Self-portrait

Martie Strydom
Nataniel

Richard Smith
Antoinette Kellerman

Evelyn Rust
Marieke Prinsloo

Albert Redelinghuys
“Alphabetical flashbacks [unfinished] futuristic foresights” Athol Fugard

Brindley Pritchard
Hugh Masekela

Marieke Prinsloo
Carina Stander

Varenka Paschke
“Laat my binne” Stef Bos

Luan Nel
Alet Vorster

John Murray
Brett Murray

Clare Menck
Ingrid Winterbach

Johann Louw
Andries Gouws II

Gregory Kerr
Marlene Dumas

Gregory Kerr
Jacques Dhont

Arlene Amaler-Raviv
“teacher…in garage trousers” Robert Hodgins

Mary-Rose Hendrikse
Riva Cohen

Sandra Hanekom
“A little soulscape of Riana Scheepers”

Elizabeth Gunter
Louis Jansen van Vuuren

Paul Emsley
William Kentridge

Jan du Toit
Ferrie Brechner-Binge-Coetzee

Prof. Elfrieda Dreyer
Willem Boshoff

Hanneke Benade
Lien Botha

Reshada Crouse
Rian Malan

Karen Cronje
Clare Menck

Carla Crafford
Gordon Froud Framed

Hardy Botha
Breyten Breytenbach

Phillip Badenhorst
“Nico, ek probeer vir jou ‘n skildery maak” Nico Roos

Alex Emsley
Melvyn Minnaar