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200 YEARS - A Celebration of Port Elizabeth 1820-2020 by Kin Bentley
Book Specifications
  • Hardcover coffee table book with dust jacket
  • Both cover and dust jacket printed
  • Book size of 300 mm x 300 mm
  • Full colour throughout
  • 160 pages of text printed on 
    150 gsm Gloss Art
  • Over 850 pictures
  • Limited print run of 800 copies


200 Years, A Celebration of Port Elizabeth is a unique visual record of the city, from its origins in 1820 through to the present day. Written by journalist Kin Bentley, and edited by historian Jenny Bennie, it is an essential account of what makes Port Elizabeth the beloved city it is.

One hundred and sixty pages with over 850 images take the reader on a journey through 200 years of the history of one of South Africa’s oldest and most interesting cities. Detailed captions explain each image with fascinating facts and interesting tidbits.

200 Years, A Celebration of Port Elizabeth is an informative and nostalgic trip down memory lane and will appeal to Port Elizabethans, past and present, and visitors alike. Available for purchase online, just click on image to be redirected.

Book Specifications
  • Publisher: The Authors Jeanne Wright & Cecil Kerbel 

  • Publication Date: 2011

  • Binding: Stitched, Softcover 250 gsm Magno Satin

  • Book size: 230 x 210 mm
  • Text 150 gsm Magno Satin
  • 200 pages, full colour throughout



The Keiskamma Trust is a South African not-for-profit organization dedicated to the holistic care of the communities that live in the area alongside the Keiskamma River in the Eastern Cape. The Trust began with a healing vision, to restore hope and dignity to people with very few resources, living on the precipice of change. It was founded in 2000 by artist and doctor, Carol Hofmeyr. Today the Keiskamma Art Project, the flagship of the greater Trust, works to maintain its founder’s vision, providing vital livelihoods through dignified work, while communicating through Art the reality of rural lives affected by both poverty and history.

The GFI Art Gallery is proud to say that we support their cause and will be selling their products on a consistent basis, we are also the only outlet in Port Elizabeth to keep stock of their products. The Keiskamma Art Project also create work on consignment, please contact us if you have any enquiries.