Johannesburg, South Africa


  • 62 Juta Street
  • Braamfontein
  • Johannesburg
  • Gauteng
  • 2001
  • South Africa

Opening times

Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, Saturday 10am to 1pm.


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STEVENSON is a contemporary art gallery with spaces in Cape Town and Johannesburg, and is jointly owned by its directors. The gallery opened as Michael Stevenson in Cape Town in 2003, and subsequently partnered with David Brodie in Johannesburg in 2008. That same year the Cape Town gallery moved into its current premises in Woodstock, and in November 2010 the Johannesburg space relocated to Juta Street, Braamfontein.

The gallery has an international exhibition programme with a particular focus on Africa. In addition to presenting gallery artists to a global audience, it has brought the work of artists like Francis Alÿs, Rineke Dijkstra, Thomas Hirschhorn, Glenn Ligon and Walid Raad to South Africa, often for the first time.

A cornerstone of Stevenson is its active publication programme that includes catalogues for many of its exhibitions and artists. Because of its location, art fairs are particularly important to the gallery: this year, Stevenson will participate in Frieze New York, Frieze London, Paris Photo and Art Basel Miami Beach.



Federica Angelucci
Joost Bosland
David Brodie
Andrew da Conceicao
Darren Levy
Sophie Perryer
Michael Stevenson




Marc Barben 
Raphaelle Jehan 
Kabelo Malatsie
Jessica Smuts




Lerato Bereng




Angela Ah Hing Administration, Johannesburg
Shona Alexander Assistant to the directors
Jill Brickles Accounts assistant
Barbara Cloete Business manager
Donne Comfort Administration assistant
Ralton Coulsen Storekeeper
Natasha Daniels Administration assistant
Deslynne Hill Archive and Production manager
Sean MacMinn Shipping
Petros Sethoa Store manager



Associated exhibitions and events

Exhibiting artists