VIDEO: William Peers: Fanfare at Everard Read London

March 21, 2019

Everard Read London presents

William Peers  Fanfare

8 - 30 March 2019

Everard Read London presents an exhibition of marble sculpture by British sculptor, William Peers

With this new body of work, Peers continues exploring the relationship between positive and negative shapes. Removing more marble allows the negative shapes to play a greater part and the focus shifts between the marble contours and the air around them - a conversation between matter and space.


VIDEO: Barbara Wildenboer: Folly at Everard Read London

March 21, 2019

Everard Read London presents

Barbara Wildenboer  Folly

8 - 30 March 2019

Everard Read London presents an exhibition of new work by South African artist, Barbara Wildenboer.

Using the medium of collage to powerful effect, Wildenboer’s exhibition comprises highly textured and sculptural works that serve as contemporary vanitases within the context of the Anthropocene.

Through her practice, Wildenboer reflects on how humankind is affected by globalisation, economic upheavals, scarcity, pollution and man-made disasters. She explores both beauty and excess, the magnitude and the mystery of the cosmos, contrasted with the relative insignificance of humans.


Beezy Bailey Book Launch at Everard Read London

March 4, 2019

Beezy Bailey, on the occassion of his book launch at Everard Read London, is the subject of an interview with London Live


PRESS: Brett Murray: Hide at Everard Read Cape Town is review on Business Live

February 14, 2019 - Melvyn Minnaar

Brett Murray: Hide at Everard Read Cape Town is reviewed by Melvyn Minnaar on Business Live

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VIDEO: Daniel Naudé | A Decade of Seeing at Everard Read London

February 13, 2019

Everard Read London presents

Daniel Naudé  
A Decade of Seeing

13 February - 1 March 2019

"The animal has secrets which, unlike the secrets of caves, mountains, seas, are specifically addressed to man."John BergerWhy Look at Animals?

Everard Read London is pleased to present A Decade of Seeing by acclaimed South African photographer, Daniel Naudé.

Over the past decade, Naudé has practised capturing and perfecting moments of stillness in nature. This exhibition encompasses a critical selection of works from his recent projects: Animal Farm (2007-2012), Sightings of the Sacred: Cattle in Uganda, Madagascar and India (2012-2014), Cattle of the Ages – Ankole cattle in South Africa - a project with South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa (2017) as well as his newest works of Xhosa cattle on the shore of the Eastern Cape, South Africa.


PRESS: Nelson Makamo is featured on Time

February 7, 2019 - Ciara Nugent

Nelson Makamo, on the occasion of his cover page image Visions of a limitless future in Time, is the subject of a feature by Ciara Nugent on Time.

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PRESS: Lucinda Mudge is featured in Ceramic Review

January 17, 2019 - Sue Herdman

Everard Read London artist Lucinda Mudge is the subject of a six-page feature, including images and quotes by the artist, in the May - June 2018 issue of Ceramic Review.

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PRESS: Kilmany-Jo Liversage is profiled on East Coast Radio

January 17, 2019 - Beautiful News

Kilmany-Jo Liversage is the subject of a profile, discussing her activism and the role of art, on East Coast Radio. 

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PRESS: Beezy Bailey's Upcoming Book is featured in Designing Ways

January 15, 2019 - Brian Eno

Everard Read London artist Beezy Bailey's upcoming Book is featured in the December - January issue of Designing Ways

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