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Second short 'Art & Justice' monograph published

This publication focuses on the CCAC's Hlabisa basketry collection.

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“Art is a form of individual self-expression, where everyone can have a voice. As long as art is open and free of legislation, and as long as viewers can look at art without prejudice, I think there is a natural connection between art and human rights.”
– Anne Sassoon (CCAC artist)

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“People that come to the Constitutional Court meet art with an open mind to be influenced by it. The world is looking at us making a success of what we do here and how we deal with apartheid.”
– Stefan Blom (CCAC artist)

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Photos from our first public gallery rotation of 2021

Learn more about the works on display.

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Watch our short documentary on the restoration of our Hlabisa baskets

Weaving Baskets from Stars (2020)

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First animated video artwork ‘What abou’ the lô’ donated to CCAC

Marlene Dumas has donated Charles Badenhorst’s animation video artwork of Adam Small’s poem to the CCAC.

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Curatorial internship

Learn more about our curatorial internship programme

Here's what our previous graduate interns have to say about working on the CCAC.

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“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

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

Selected works

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