A CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN ART EXPERIENCE

Autumn 2022: a Group Exhibition

Autumn 2022 is a group exhibition featuring fourteen exciting local contemporary talents working in a variety of mediums.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Meraki 2022: a Group Exhibition

“Meraki, a modern Greek word, derived from the Turkish “Merak” (meaning the labour of love, to do something with pleasure), which is applied to tasks, usually creative or artistic, but can be applied to any task at all. Meraki means to do something with passion, with absolute devotion, with undivided attention”.

Meraki is a group exhibition featuring thirteen exciting local contemporary talents working in a variety of mediums.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Quiddity: a Group Exhibition

Daor Contemporary is pleased to present our Winter ’21 Group Exhibition, featuring an exciting selection by eleven local contemporary artists.

Due to lockdown level 4 we unfortunately will not have the privilege of an opening gathering, however we look forward to welcoming you through our doors to view the exhibition. All measures have been taken to ensure a safe viewing experience.
Please mail us to request a digital catalogue if preferred.

WINTER 2021

Daor Contemporary is pleased to present our Winter ’21 Group Exhibition, featuring an exciting selection by eleven local contemporary artists.

Due to lockdown level 4 we unfortunately will not have the privilege of an opening gathering, however we look forward to welcoming you through our doors to view the exhibition. All measures have been taken to ensure a safe viewing experience.
Please mail us to request a digital catalogue if preferred.

AUTUMN 2021

Daor Contemporary is pleased to present our first group exhibition of the year, Autumn 2021. Featuring ten exciting contemporary local artists working in a variety of mediums.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Please be mindful of social distancing, and ‘no mask no entry’ policy.

The Shape of Things to Come: Dalia Raviv & Theo Ntuntwana

Daor Contemporary is pleased to present The Shape of Things to Come. An exhibition by painter Dalia Raviv and ceramicist Theo Ntuntwana. Our first physical exhibition to launch since lockdown was announced in March, and the title is reflective of our enthusiasm and excitement for the future.

Debris of a narrative

Daor Contemporary is pleased to present : Debris of a Narrative, a solo exhibition by Marlise Keith

Nostalgia

Nostalgia -noun. Described as a feeling of pleasure and also slight sadness when thinking about things that happened in the past.

Psithurism

Psithurism (a word to describe the sound of wind in the trees and rustling leaves) is Daor Contemporary’s sixth exhibition for 2019.

14.11.2019 – 17.01.2020

Rock Dove Song

In recognition of October as Mental Health Awareness Month, Daor Contemporary presented a solo exhibition by Carol-Anne Gainer.

26.09.2019 – 08.11.2019

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Mon–Fri: 9am–5pm
Saturday: 10am–2pm

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Daor Contemporary, Coode Crescent, Port of Cape Town, 8001

 

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+27 71 624 7130

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