Standard Bank Art Gallery - Johannesburg
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Since opening in 1990, it has become one of South Africa's most defined and respected corporate art collections. The Standard Bank Art Gallery promotes the brilliant work by local artists while also having strong focus upon modern contemporary and historical works.
With over 1000 works displayed the gallery has a huge variety on show dating back from the 18th century to modern day works by William Kentridge and Zwelethu Mthetwa, among many others.
The Gallery selects works from key South African artists for exhibitions. Each year the gallery hosts the prestigious Standard Bank Young Artist of the Year Award. Winners of the sought after award include Jane Alexander and Andries Botha, many have gone on to become internationally recognised artists.
The gallery offers a true testimony to the artists of South Africa. Its dynamic and inviting exhibition programme really encapsulates the talent of young African artists and the support shown by Standard Bank ensures they are given the best chance to profile their work.
Entrance fee to the gallery is free and there is free secure parking by prior arrangement, the entrance being at Harrison Street.
Secure parking by prior arrangement, parking entrance in Harrison Street
Monday - Friday: 8am - 4pm
Saturday: 9am - 1pm
Closed Sundays and public holidays
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