The People

An exhibition of photography and the lives of the South African people

24 January – 29 February 2020

Venue: 20 Plein Street (c/o Plein & Ryneveld), Stellenbosch

Opening: 24 January 2020 – 6pm


Thandiwe Msebenzi
Mpho Mokgadi
John Baloyi
Justice Mukheli
Sipho Mpongo
Nicola Roos

Curated by Amy Pike

On Exhibition

AKAA Also Known As Africa 2019 Art & design fair

Paris, November 9-11, 2019

Also Known As Africa

Art & Design Fair
Saturday November 9
to Monday 11, 2019
Le Carreau du Temple, Paris


AKAAAlso Known As Africa, the only art fair in France dedicated to contemporary art and design from Africa,
is back for the 4th edition at Carreau du Temple in Paris, from November 9 to 11 2019.

Dyman Gallery Art on Exhibition

Dominique Zinkpe Solo Exhibition

Dominique Zinkpe Solo Exhibition

1 – 25 November 2019

Moi opte pour: Comedie humaine

Comédie Humaine
a Solo Exhibition by Benin artist
Dominique Zinkpe

Venue: 20 Plein Street (c/o Plein & Ryneveld), Stellenbosch

Opening: Friday 1 November – 6.30pm


Art on Exhibition

Dyman Gallery – Dominique Zinkpé Solo (Part 1)

Dyman Gallery – Dominque Zinkpé (Part 2)

Arrhythmia – Art Exhibition

4 – 26 October 2019

Exploring the Relationship between Science and Contemporary Art

Artists: Roelf Daling, Robyn Munnick, Kylie van der Merwe, Amy Pike,
Haydon Harvey, Siobhan O’Reagain, Ciara Struwig

Venue: 20 Plein Street (c/o Plein & Ryneveld), Stellenbosch

Opening: Friday 4 October 2019 – 6pm

curated by Amy Pike


Art on Exhibition

Time Without Ropes - a Solo by Paul Marais

Paul Marais Solo Exhibition

5 September – 28 September 2019

A Solo Exhibition by Paul Marais
Curated by Amy Pike

Opening: Thursday 5 September 2019 – 6pm

Venue: 20 Plein Street (c/o Plein & Ryneveld), Stellenbosch

Art on Exhibition

Handmade Heaven

Handmade Heaven – Art Exhibition

15 April to 15 May 2019

Artists: Bastiaan van Stenis, Colijn Strydom, Gabriela Orzechowski, Haidee Nel,
Johann Booyens, Leandri Erlank, Maritha van Ameron, Marguerite Roux
Curated by Leandri Erlank

Venue: 1st floor, 19 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch

“In some ways we live in a very unnatural world- our brains are constantly trying to adjust and adapt to a lot of social and technological change- and I think that can cause a lot of suffering. So many people have anxiety now and the natural world has less of a role in our lives.
Handmade Heaven is an imagined paradise. It’s about a sense of dislocation and a sadness of feeling separated from nature.”
-a song by Marina Diamandis


Home Ground

Home Ground – Art exhibition

29 March to 30 April 2019

Venue: 20 Plein Street, Stellenbosch

Opening: Friday 29 March, 6pm

An exhibition exploring HOME – be this a physical location, memory, or experience.

Artists: Emma Willemse, Isable Mertz, Paul Marais, Simphiwe Mbunyuza, Jessica Kapp