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For decades Rose Korber has played a significant role in introducing South African artists to a local as well as an international art market.

Over the years, Rose has become widely known for showcasing the best of innovative, contemporary South African art in a variety of media including paintings, mixed media works, limited-edition original prints, photography, sculpture, ceramics, Rorkesdrift tapestries and contemporary beadwork.

Latest news

After more than 30 years of running Rose Korber Art from her home in Camps Bay, Cape Town, Rose closed that gallery and relocated to Sea Point. From her new base, Rose looks forward to continuing to share her passion for and knowledge about art and investments to serve her clients' needs. We will keep you updated on further developments.

Important features of the website

Through our constantly updated website, we will inform our clients of on-going developments at Rose Korber Art. We aim to provide an extensive archive of our works by leading and emerging contemporary South African artists as well as a comprehensive overview of our exhibitions.

Our Archive section is an alphabetical listing of artists with each artist's name linking to a page with information on that artist plus an overview of works sold at Rose Korber Art.

Under the Exhibitions section we have a full listing of all previous exhibitions, plus links to upcoming events at Rose Korber Art.

Please note that we also offer clients a number of specialised services, including:

  • Advice on collecting and investing in art;
  • Assistance with framing and hanging of artworks purchased;
  • Facilitating the packing, insuring and airfreighting of these works to
    anywhere in the world.

Contact details

Rose Korber can be contacted as follows:

Tel: + 27 (0)21 433 0957
Cell: + 27 (0)83 261 1173
Email: roskorb@icon.co.za
Facebook: Click here


Works illustrated:

First Row: Willie Bester
Second Row: Jurgen Schadeberg, Claudette Schreuders
Third Row: Vuyisani Mgijima
Fourth Row: Robert Slingsby, Anton Momberg