BRETT ’ S PLACE In the nineteen eighties artist Brett Murray was known as the infant terrible of the local art scene. Today he’s the middle aged version of this phenomenon. In fact, he seems to be getting more and more terrible with age, judging from his recent antics. He’s really very down to earth, clever, playful, funny and quite brave taking on the ruling establishment in his satirical artworks. He shares a very unique home with his lovely wife and fellow artist Sanell Aganbach and their two children. Their historic house in Woodstock, outside Cape Town, is filled with art and personal objects grouped together in a quirky way. House & Leisure magazine