Johannesburg

Everard Read Gallery and Circa Gallery

  6 Jellicoe Ave, Rosebank ,   Rosebank & The Parks          +27 11 788 4805     08 Jan 2024

Everard Read Gallery was first established on a dusty street of Johannesburg when the place was a young mining town. Opened in 1913 this is Africa’s oldest commercial art gallery. The gallery moved from Johannesburg’s city centre to its current location in the late 1970's and the building in which it is housed is a celebrated icon of South African post-modern architecture. Everard Read Gallery has a full annual calendar of new exhibitions and showcases many top South African artists and sculptors. Openings are always an occasion attended by the city’s who’s who.

Across the road is a sister gallery, the contemporary landmark Circa Gallery opens at the same times as Everard Read Gallery. Circa is a local architectural landmark with its circular structure and metal fins reaching into the sky. Head to the top floor deck for an extraordinary view over the leafy suburbs.

Both galleries are must-see stops on any art enthusiast’s itinerary.

GET THERE WITH GAUTRAIN

This attraction is close to the Rosebank Gautrain Station. See our guide to the Gautrain here and download the Gautrain app for real-time updates on when the next Gautrain and Gautrain midi-bus is due. Visit www.gautrain.co.za for more information on the timetable and fares. #YourGautrainJourneyStartsHere

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Metro

Rosebank Gautrain station

Email

gallery@everard.co.za

Open

The gallery is closed on public holidays.

Events at this venue

Friday May 31 - Thursday Jun 27
Bambo Sibiya: 'Ngemva Kokuqubuka (After Precarity)' at Circa Gallery

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