STEVENSON has an international exhibition programme with a particular focus on the region. Founded in 2003, the gallery has spaces in Cape Town and Johannesburg, and an office in Amsterdam. It is jointly owned by its 11 directors. Stevenson participates in Art Basel, Frieze London, Paris Photo and Art Basel Miami Beach.

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Cape Town

Buchanan Building
160 Sir Lowry Road
Woodstock 7925

PO Box 616
Green Point 8051


T +27 (0)21 462 1500

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Hours

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

Staff

Joost Bosland Director
Andrew da Conceicao Director
Sophie Perryer Director
Michael Stevenson Director
Marc Barben Associate director
Sisipho Ngodwana Associate director
Alexander Richards Associate director
Jessica Smuts Associate director

Shona Alexander Assistant to the directors
Sinazo Chiya Press
Lanese Jaftha Archive and production
Unati Silinga External relations

Jill Brickles Accounts assistant
Asha Buys Accounts assistant
Donné Comfort Office administrator
Cathy Duncan Shipping
Nadia Essop Business manager
Taariq Hendricks Accountant
Rodger January Driver
Anele Mafoco Store manager
Frank Muzondo Assistant storekeeper
Pumzile Ndulukana Assistant storekeeper
Petros Sethoa Store manager

Johannesburg

46 7th Avenue
Parktown North 2193

Postnet Suite 281
Private Bag x9
Melville 2109


T +27 (0)11 403 1055

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Hours

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

Staff

Federica Angelucci Director
David Brodie Director
Lerato Bereng Associate director

Dineo Diphofa Gallery assistant
Zakara Raitt Production

Angela Ah Hing Shipping
Andile Motha Assistant storekeeper
Bongani Thukwayo Store manager

Amsterdam

Prinsengracht 371B
1016HK Amsterdam


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Hours

September to June, Saturday 12 – 6pm, and by appointment

Staff

Joost Bosland Director
Peter-Frank Heuseveldt Project manager

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