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Beezy Bailey reviewed by The Mail on Sunday

April 6, 2018

Beezy Bailey's solo exhibition at Everard Read London is reviewed in The Mail on Sunday.

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Andrzej Urbanski features on cover of South African Art Times Magazine

February 10, 2018

Everard Read London artist Andrzej Urbanski features on the SA Art Times cover ahead of his London solo exhibition 23 February - 17 March.

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Press Round-Up February 2018

February 6, 2018

 

After a successful opening evening, Everard Read London's WINTER group show has been featured in Sloane Square Magazine and KCW Today.


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WINTER Exhibition opens at Everard Read London

January 31, 2018

Everard Read London's group show WINTER opens.

31 January - 17 February 2018

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VIDEO: Sasha Hartslief | Aura at Everard Read London

November 16, 2017

Everard Read is pleased to present a new video to accompany Sasha Hartslief's solo exhibition in London. The show runs 17 November to 16 December.

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New acquisition - Neil Wright

November 4, 2017

Neill Wright's multimedia works draw from media, pop-culture, politics and societal interactions. 

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Phillemon Hlungwani solo exhibition opens at Everard Read London

October 20, 2017

Everard Read London are delighted to announce Phillemon Hlungwani's solo exhibition: Rirhandzu Ra Manana/The Love of Women.

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Beth Diane Armstrong Wins Standard Bank Young Artists Award 2017

September 7, 2017

Everard Read pay tribute to Beth Diane Armstrong who won the Standard Bank Young Artist 2017 Award - South Africa’s most prestigious art prize for young talent.

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Olivia Musgrave exhibits at Messums, Wiltshire

June 9, 2017

 Everard Read London is delighted to be showing Olivia Musgrave’s Amazon Queen in an exhibition entitled Art in Motion: Spirit of the Horse at Messum’s Wiltshire, 10 June – 8 July.

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VIDEO: An Interview with Angus Taylor

June 5, 2017

Angus Taylor: In the middle of it | 2 June - 1 July 2017

Everard Read London presents a major exhibition of new sculptures by leading South African sculptor, Angus Taylor.
Known for his powerful, often monumental, sculptural works, Taylor works with an extraordinary range of materials from his immediate environment - Belfast granite, red jasper and the orange soil found near Johannesburg. He relishes working with challenging materials, on a scale that many sculptors find intimidating.

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