23 Voorhout St

1st Ellis House

Voorhout St

Johannesburg

2028

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.19835

28.06413

153 Jan Smuts Ave

Jan Smuts Ave

Johannesburg

2193

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.15055

28.03345

6 Jellicoe Avenue

6 Jellicoe Avenue

Johannesburg

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.143237888567505

28.037000415965416

89 Central St

Central St

Johannesburg

2198

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.15308

28.05785

Sandton City

Sandton

2146

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.18988

28.03202

52 7Av

7Av

Parktown North

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.14531

28.03097

89 Central St

Central St

Johannesburg

2041

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.15308

28.05785

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163 Jan Smuts Av

Jan Smuts Av

Johannesburg

2193

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.14934

28.03378

69 11th St

11th St

Johannesburg

2024

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.13936

28.01719

60 6 St

SunnyPlce

6 St

Johannesburg

2195

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.13705

27.99348

26 King George St

King George St

Johannesburg

2001

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.200382

28.046155

44 Stanley Av

Stanley Av

Johannesburg

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.18547

28.01902

140 Jan Smuts Ave

Jan Smuts Ave

Johannesburg

2193

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.143291

28.03584

39 Keyes Av

Keyes Av

Johannesburg

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.13971

28.0354

142 Jan Smuts Av

Jan Smuts Av

Johannesburg

2193

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.14963

28.03473

97 CentralSt

CentralSt

Houghton Estate

2000

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.168806

28.058304

52 Bath Av

The Mall

Bath Av

Johannesburg

2001

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.14593

28.04099

144 Milner Av

Milner Av

Johannesburg

2195

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.162556

28.050054

60 Tyrone Ave

The Village

Tyrone Ave

Johannesburg

2001

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.159952

28.026103

34 2nd Av

2nd Av

Johannesburg

2193

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.14441

28.03259

Public Art Galleries

Public art galleries are places were the public can gather to view the many kinds of art on display.
 
The difference between public and private art galleries is the ownership of the art work. Public art galleries are generally held in public buildings and are open to the general public. However, private art galleries are usually private affairs where the owner of various artworks would invite special guest to view their art collection. Private art galleries are also regarded as commercial venues where the artwork is sometimes bought and sold to various collectors. Public art galleries are non-profit entities used to share the work of various artist. Some public art galleries would create a space to display archaeological, historic, or scientific artefacts, as well as fine art.
 
Museums are a perfect example of a public art gallery. Along with the many paintings at the public art gallery, one can also find sculptures, decorative arts, pastels, watercolours, collages, photographs, and other similar kinds of artistic expression. While the public art gallery is primarily used to feature visual art, these spaces are sometimes used to host poetry readings, performance art, or music concerts as well. The layout of most galleries is themed according to a period in history featuring the works of many great artists.
 
Some public art galleries also host temporary exhibitions. The exhibits may be borrowed from other museums or from private collectors for public viewing.
 
For more information about public art galleries, visit the Yellowpages website.

Public Art Galleries

Public art galleries are places were the public can gather to view the many kinds of art on display.
 
The difference between public and private art galleries is the ownership of the art work. Public art galleries are generally held in public buildings and are open to the general public. However, private art galleries are usually private affairs where the owner of various artworks would invite special guest to view their art collection. Private art galleries are also regarded as commercial venues where the artwork is sometimes bought and sold to various collectors. Public art galleries are non-profit entities used to share the work of various artist. Some public art galleries would create a space to display archaeological, historic, or scientific artefacts, as well as fine art.
 
Museums are a perfect example of a public art gallery. Along with the many paintings at the public art gallery, one can also find sculptures, decorative arts, pastels, watercolours, collages, photographs, and other similar kinds of artistic expression. While the public art gallery is primarily used to feature visual art, these spaces are sometimes used to host poetry readings, performance art, or music concerts as well. The layout of most galleries is themed according to a period in history featuring the works of many great artists.
 
Some public art galleries also host temporary exhibitions. The exhibits may be borrowed from other museums or from private collectors for public viewing.
 
For more information about public art galleries, visit the Yellowpages website.

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