Private morning view at the British Museum

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Join us for a morning view of the special exhibition South Africa: the art of a nation at the British Museum on January 21.

Discover the history of South Africa through 100,000 years of art in the British Museum’s special exhibition. From incredible examples of early rock art and ancient treasures to powerful contemporary works, the exhibition features beautiful and important objects, which illustrate South Africa’s rich history. See the history of a nation from a new perspective and celebrate the diverse art created by the many people who have helped shape South Africa’s story.

Times subscribers will enjoy breakfast in the Great Court Restaurant with an introduction from the Curator and the opportunity to enter the exhibition before it opens to the public.

The breakfast will take place in the Great Court Restaurant under the museum’s iconic glass roof. Breakfast includes yogurt, granola, fruit, a selection of mini pasties, orange juice and tea or coffee

South Africa: the art of a nation is at the British Museum until 26 February 2017.

The exhibition is sponsored by Betsy and Jack Ryan and the logistics partner is IAG Cargo.

Images:
Gold rhino. From Mapungubwe, capital of the first kingdom in southern Africa, c. AD 1220–1290. Department of UP Arts, University of Pretoria.
Ox-shaped snuffbox, late 1800s. © The Trustees of the British Museum.
The Zaamenkomst Panel. Detail of rock art depicting SanBushmen running between eland. Made before 1900. Iziko Museums of South Africa, Social History Collections and SARADA. Photo Neil Rusch.
Esther Mahlangu (b. 1935), BMW Art Car 12, 1991. © Esther Mahlangu. Photo © BMW Group Archives

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