Tammy Greer is a writer and Creative Feel’s recently appointed Editor. Welcome to our July issue! It’s hard to believe that we are already entering the second half of 2019.
Olivié Keck’s vibrant artworks are as appealing to the eye as they are thought-provoking. Her most recent exhibition, Drop Dead Gorgeous, was accompanied by the Virtual Reality experience Ophelia Forever.
Despite the turmoil that South Africa seems to constantly be in, our art and our artists are world-class and thriving. The excellence of the visual arts in our lovely country
Hot on the heels of last week’s blazing opening of Good and Evil at CIRCA Gallery, Lady Skollie will be joining the like-minded art and music loving community that will
Everard Read’s CIRCA Gallery Johannesburg presents Olivié Keck’s exhibition Drop Dead Gorgeous from 11 April – 18 May 2019. Society’s love affair with ‘crimes of passion’ as entertainment is at
Everard Read/Circa is pleased to present A03 2034/538/18, Andrzej Urbanski’s debut solo exhibition at Circa JHB, which opened on 15 November 2018. Andrzej Urbanski is a contemporary painter who functions
Brett Murray, The Visionary: Portrait/Self-Portrait, 2015. Bronze, 60 x 63 x 45 cm. Courtesy of Everard Read and Circa Galleries. Exhibited as part of his 2017 show Again Again, The
On Saturday 16 June, the 2018 season of Art & Design Saturday at Keyes Art Mile is further bolstering its position as an essential part of Joburg’s creative calendar with
The 2018 season of Art & Design Saturday at Keyes Art Mile brings together new and established creative voices, providing a space for both critical engagement and laid-back entertainment. Each
The 2018 season of Art & Design Saturdays will kick off at Keyes Art Mile on Saturday 10 March with a dynamic programme that explores the evolving style and representation
In line with their innovative #MadeOfTaste campaign, The Singleton teamed up with Anthony Bila to host a night of wonder and sensation and, of course, exceptional whisky and whisky cocktails.
A giant red door stands in front you and above it are the words ‘Free Portraits’ aglow in the evening sky. On a dark day as the sun sets and
The Everard Read Gallery, built up by Read’s father, is a long established Johannesburg institution, known and loved by generations of local art fans. When Mark Read acquired a small