Everard Read played an important part in maintaining the cultural landscape of Johannesburg during Apartheid, an era that was otherwise restricting culturally to say the least. The gallery was previously based in the city centre but has been at its current stunning location on the corner of Jellicoe and Jan Smuts for the past 50 years.
Everard Read is a ‘must-visit’ if you’re in the Rosebank area.
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Exhibiting paintings and sculpture by South Africa’s finest modern and contemporary artists, Everard Read is Africa’s oldest commercial gallery, celebrated its centenary in 2013.