Boschendal’s former Manor House gallery has been transformed into Boschendal X Brundyn, an inspiring exhibition space
offering an ever-changing selection of art and educational events, in partnership with art consultancy Brundyn Arts & Culture (BA&C), positioning the space as a primary art destination for art lovers and collectors.
Located on the farm’s oak-shaded Werf, the Manor House previously served as a satellite exhibition space for Cape Town’s Norval Foundation, a programme spearheaded by BA&C’s Elana Brundyn. The newly refreshed space with its exciting roster of shows and associated projects makes the Boschendal X Brundyn exhibition space as an unmissable stop on a visit to the Stellenbosch and Franschhoek art circuit.
The exhibition space launched with two complementary shows by Gabrielle Kruger and Peter Cohen, both informed by the
natural world. Late November will see a group show featuring artists such as Igshaan Adams, Pierre Fouche, Lukhanyo Mdingi and others working with textiles and playing with materials. A dazzling solo exhibition by Lebohang Kganye will run from mid January and coincide with the Cape Town Art Fair.
Boschendal X Brundyn will also serve as a space for creative discussion, bringing together artists, curators, and thought leaders from a multitude of disciplines, whether conservation, architecture, real estate or technology.
From shows to educational events, visitors also have an opportunity to purchase special keepsakes by some of Southern Africa’s leading artists, or simply to soak up the ambience and inspiring sculptural works on the Werf from one of the bright red benches
on the stoep.