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About Gordart Gallery

Gordart Gallery is situated in Melville, Johannesburg. It aims to promote the artworks of newly graduated artists from art schools and universities and more established artists seeking representation in Gauteng.

As a contemporary developmental gallery you will find a variety of artworks as well as ceramics. The gallery hosts different exhibitions and is well worth a visit if you want to get more familiar with the local art scene.

Telephone:
011 7268519
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Gordart Gallery is 4.6km from the centre of Johannesburg , the nearest airport 25.3km (Johannesburg International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling