Elana Brundyn, co-founder of Art House Collection, has been immersed in the fine-arts scene for decades as a museum director, trustee, consultant, curator, and philanthropist.
She was instrumental in the establishment and construction of Africa’s two most ambitious cultural and institutional undertakings to date: the Zeitz MOCAA (Africa’s answer to the Tate Modern) and Norval Foundation, as well as a founding member of the Stellenbosch Triennale.
Elana offers our guests unparalleled insight into the global world of fine arts, with intimate ties to Africa’s unique art scene and beyond. This in-depth knowledge underpins Art House Collection's identity as the go-to destination-management company for art lovers and investors and these tours are tailor-made to each guest’s interests. The itinerary is bespoke as it is relevant to exhibitions, gallery openings and events at the time of travel.
Read more about Elana Brundyn in Lisa Grainger's article in The Times UK here.
Pictured above: 'Two Arabs' (1939, oil on canvas) from the Irma Stern exhibition called The Zanzibari Years (courtesy Norval Foundation).