Rina Stutzer at Mall of Africa in Midrand

December 10, 2018

'There is No Time Like the Present' is a large-scale, site-specific sculpture made by Rina Stutzer for the Mall of Africa in Midrand.
The sculptures, at a height of 5.5m, represent the two faces of Africa: the line sculpture represents an Africa rooted in tradition; the bare bones of a continent that holds us all together. The second sculpture, built from mirror-finish stainless steel, allows us to see the wealth of opportunity and the inherent potential that lies within all of us.


PRESS: Blessing Ngobeni is the feature of an interview with Mail&Guardian

November 23, 2018 - Atchi Mongezeleli Joja

Blessing Ngobeni, on the occasion of A Note From Error at Everard Read Johannesburg, is the subject of an interview feature on Mail&Guardian

 For the full interview click here.


Barbara Wildenboer: Eros / Thantos At Everard Read Johannesburg

November 21, 2018

Barbara Wildenboer's solo 'Eros / Thanatos' opens at Everard Read JHB on 15th November. A series of assemblages in shades of 'dark' and 'light', the collages have been used to a create a contemporary Vanitas within the context of the Anthropocene era. Wildenboer draws from her own dreams, anxieties and personal narratives and intuitively connects inner and outer worlds, present, past and future. 

Barbara Wildenboer will be exhibiting at Everard Read London from 8 March - 30 March.

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Jake Aikman Collaboration with Goldmark Atelier

November 21, 2018

It took just 10 minutes for Jake Aikman's 'South Atlantic’ print, his debut collaboration with Goldmark Atelier in the UK, to sell out. Aikman's signature seascapes remind us that "we are not in control of the forces of nature, and linked to that reminder are the trials and tribulations of the viewer’s life." 


VIDEO: Alessandro Papetti and Aron Demetz at Everard Read London

November 16, 2018

Everard Read London presents


16 November - 17 December 2018

This exhibition of new paintings by Alessandro Papetti and sculpture Aron Demetz marks the first time the artists will present a collaborative show together. Many of the works were made or conceived while working in Demetz's studio in Val Gardena in northern Italy.

Papetti and Demetz share a long-standing fascination with the human figure and indeed the nexus of this collaborative project is the infinitely complex and ambivalent manifestations of the human form.


Blessing Ngobeni: A Note from Error at Everard Read Johannesburg

November 15, 2018

Award winning artist Blessing Ngobeni will also be exhibiting a solo show, A Note from Error at Everard Read in Johannesburg, from 15 November until 21 December. 

Watch a video of Ngobeni in his studio discussing his practice and thoughts on being an artist.


Andrezj Urbanksi: A03 2034/538/18 at Circa Gallery Johannesburg

November 15, 2018

Opening 15th November at CIRCA in Johannesburg is Polish-born Andrzej Urbanski's first solo with the JHB gallery, A03 2034/538/18. Urbanski creates large, optically-bending spaces composed of the architectural squares, triangles and hexagons of the contemporary built environment. Since his 2012 Residency in SA, Urbanski has devoted his time to the streets, cultures and social interactions of his new home, Cape Town. 


VIDEO: Blessing Ngobeni | A Note From Error at Everard Read London

October 19, 2018

Everard Read London presents

Blessing Ngobeni

A Note From Error

19 October - 10 November 2018

Everard Read London present a solo exhibition by Johannesburg based artist Blessing Ngobeni. Fuelled by the social injustices of post-Apartheid South Africa, Ngobeni joins a distinguished lineage of artists who dare to critique the status quo. His work is said to “borrow from the language of Surrealism, the anarchy of Dada and the figurative violence of Neo-Expressionism." * 

*Vitamin P3 New Perspectives in Painting, Phaidon, 2016


GUY FERRER: FEU SACRÉ (SACRED FIRE) at Everard Read Johannesburg

October 16, 2018

“The sacred fire is the irrepressible and permanent need to keep working in my studio, every single day, to the point of feeling guilty when for one reason or another I have to stop. The studio is my favorite place of life, the place where I feel anything is possible to live the adventures of form and color, order and chaos, transcendence. And to experience some truths revealed by the work, on myself, on the nature of the world and the great mystery that surrounds everything, on aesthetics or geometry or beauty, and always in connection with the dears absents, the ones I call my invisibles-still-acting."

Guy Ferrer is represented by Everard Read London.
The artist will present his second solo exhibition with the gallery in April 2019. For information on available works by the artist please contact the gallery 


PRESS: Everard Read Cape Town is named among 15 best galleries

October 8, 2018

Everard Read Cape Town is highlighted as a top destination within Cape Town on Condé Nast Traveler and IOL

To read the full Condé Nast Traveler article follow here

To read the full IOL article follow here

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