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Installation photos of our new public gallery exhibition

Artworks from our permanent collection, installed at the end of June 2020.

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Jurgen Schadeburg Sharpeville Funeral photo of photo by Dominic Toerien Constitutional Court Art Collection all rights reserved

“Art is fundamental to the appearance, understanding, and provision of justice in South Africa and of South African justice at the highest judicial level.”
– Eliza Garnsey in The Justice of Visual Art

Photograph by Ben Law Viljoen3

"The collection symbolises the best aspirations of our democracy, of reconciliation, of justice, and of transformation."
– Justice Edwin Cameron

Velaphi Mzimba CCAC

“We, as courts and other institutions involved in upholding fundamental rights entrenched in our Bill of Rights, owe a duty to girls and boys to enforce their rights assiduously and thus keep them beautiful.”
– Justice Mbuyiseli Madlanga

Kami Brodie Three working woman Constitutional Court Art Collection 80d98a47747af3c97d9e8dba0708f1d5

“I feel a sense of history, stability, hope for the future and more importantly proud and privileged to sit in a building where Mother Africa showcases that she has produced sons and daughters who have so much beauty, excellence and talent.”
– Acting Justice Margie Victor

The Amsterdam Rainbow Dress in front of the Constitutional Court of South Africa Photograph by Neo Ntsoma 2018 rszd

Marking IDAHOT, Dutch Embassy gifts Amsterdam Rainbow Dress photographs to the CCAC

Photographs taken by Neo Ntsoma, featuring transgender model and activist Yaya Mavundla.

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A virtual tour of the Constitutional Court and some of its artworks with Albie Sachs

The short-film A Home for Justice has been publicly released.

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Art & Justice tours placed on hold due to COVID-19

Access to the Constitutional Court is subject to the directives issued by the Chief Justice.

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