Gallery MOMO Cape Town

Cape Town, Speakers Corner, 37 Parliament Street

“Gallery MOMO Cape Town is in the process of relocating to new premises, opening Spring 2018. In the interim, please find us at our temporary pop-up space at Speakers Corner on Church Square.”

Gallery MOMO is a contemporary art gallery with spaces in Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa. The Gallery represent a growing number of international and locally based contemporary artists with a focus on African art and art from the diaspora.

Since opening its doors in 2003, Gallery MOMO has developed a strong creative and intellectual platform for showcasing a substantial portfolio of South African, continental and international contemporary art. The Johannesburg Gallery is known for its lectures, panel discussions and seminars, such as ‘Regarding Woman’ in 2014. In addition to its residency program, which provides opportunities to collaborate with artists from around the world, Gallery MOMO has succeeded in bringing the work of artists such as; David Adjaye, Koto Bolofo and Yinka Shonibare to South Africa for the first time.

In the Cape Town space, Gallery MOMO has adopted a focus on video artworks and features a dedicated video room that accompanies the three large exhibition spaces.

Gallery MOMO takes part in international art fairs and the gallery’s artists are frequently included in exhibitions, biennales and established private and public collections across the globe. These include; Venice Biennale, Johannesburg Art Fair, Cape Town Art Fair, Havana Biennale, Lyon Biennale,

Monna Mokoena, Igsaan Martin, Nicole Hopper

Speakers Corner
37 Parliament Street
Cape Town 8001
South Africa

T: +27 782685096
C: +27 725421435

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