Duggan Cronin Gallery, Kimberley

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Art Gallery · Hidden Gem · Museum
The Duggan-Cronin Gallery, which is a satellite of the McGregor Museum in Kimberley, South Africa, houses in part the legacy in photographs and ethnographic artefacts of the photographer Alfred Martin Duggan-Cronin. It occupies a former dwelling known as The Lodge. Built in 1889, to a design by the architect Sydney Stent, The Lodge was the residence of John Blades Currey, manager of the London & S.A. Exploration Co. De Beers Consolidated Mines Ltd acquired the extensive property of the London & S.A. Exploration Co in 1899, including The Lodge, which continued to be used as a residence.
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  • A really beautifully maintained historic house with a fascinating selection of photographs. Space for more to see. We were the only people there. Robert the curator was a delight and very helpful...  more »
  • Mr. Duggin-Cronin traveled over 280K back and forth across Africa for 20 years (1910-30?) taking photos of indigenous people before they were absorbed into the colonizing culture. These photos are.....  more »
  • Museum is cool. Garden needs attention.
  • Great experience friendly staff

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