“Hop-On Curious, Hop-Off Inspired.”
Experience Joburg’s first of its kind therapeutic Art Gallery Hopping Experience with the art & tourism connoisseur @Thabo the Tourist in the vibrant multi-cultural districts, business node and tourist attraction of South Africa and learn more about Johannesburg northern suburbs of Rosebank and, Parkwood through an art enthusiast tour. On this tour we will be hopping on Joburg’s most prestigious Art galleries, paying attention to the art world. I focus on introducing you to new exhibitions having discussions about the artworks which will help you think about what you are looking at more deeply trying to make you notice the details you might otherwise overlook on your own. Tourists gets the opportunity to be guided out of their comfort zone, receive a positive experience that is defined by their own interests and feel the healing power of Art in a more memorable, relaxed and a fun way.
One will have an opportunity to interact with curators, gallerists, locals and might meet artists while experiencing the electrifying economic movement and the lifestyle of Johannesburg north.
Other things to note; Prepare for a show stopping sculpture collections, photographic exhibitions, contemporary African fine art exhibitions featuring African artists curated by Africans and, of course, in Africa. Clients are encouraged to purchase preferably after the experience.
We meet at 39 Keyes Avenue @ the Trov gallery, walk down the street on Keyes Art Mile precinct in Rosebank, to visit Joburg’s oldest commercial Art gallery the Everard Read, walk across the street to visit its sister gallery the Circa. Hop On to explore the Trumpet building and, the only black-owned gallery within the precinct BKHZ. Hop On into a taxi to the Joburg’s Art strip on Jan Smuts avenue to visit the David Krut gallery, Gallery2, the Blue House, Kim Sacks gallery and the famous Goodman Gallery, and the tour end with a meal or drinks on one of the hidden joints at the Secret Courtyards, Parkwood or restaurants in Rosebank, mostly to reflect on the entire experience before hopping-off to our meeting point for departure, alternatively, depart from the venue.