HARARE GALLERIES


Harare Zimbabwe

Gallery Delta
110 Livingstone Avenue. Harare , Zimbabwe/ gallerydelta.com
Monday – Friday: 8:30 to 5pm. Saturday 9 to 12pm

Established in 1975, Gallery Delta is an important venue in Harare for changing exhibitions of Zimbabwean paintings, graphics, mixed media sculptures and ceramics. The gallery is situated in the former home of Robert Paul (1906 – 1980), now regarded as Zimbabwe’s finest landscape painter. Built in 1894 it may well be the oldest extant house in the city and, now restored, provides a unique historical, architectural and artistic environment for the presentation and sale of contemporary art. This website aims to provide information about Zimbabwean contemporary visual art and some of its acknowledged artists. With few books on the subject, it is a distillation and small history for critics, collectors, students and the public. We hope it provokes interest and provides a meaningful function for all its researchers, and for art and artists.
 

 

 
 
First Floor Gallery Harare

First Floor Gallery Harare
31 Lyric Heights, 3rd Floor, 149 Samora Machel Avenue,Harare, Zimbabwe/ 263775709031/ firstfloorgalleryharare.com
Monday to Saturday - 10 am to 6 pm

First Floor Gallery Harare is an independent international emerging  artist-led contemporary art gallery. Founded in December 2009, the gallery is dedicated to supporting the professional and career development of the emerging generation of contemporary Zimbabwean artists locally and internationally through education, experimentation, artist exchange as well as audience and market development to ensure a sustainable future for career artists.



 

 
 

National Art Gallery
Park Ln, Harare, Zimbabwe/ 263 4 704 666/ nationalgallery.co.zw
Monday - Friday 24h. 

The National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) is a gallery in HarareZimbabwe, dedicated to the presentation and conservation of Zimbabwe's contemporary art and visual heritage. The original National Gallery of Rhodesia was designed and directed by Frank McEwen, a British citizen credited with bringing Shona Sculpture to the spotlight.[1] The Gallery was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother on 16 July 1957 and Queen Elizabeth II attended the sixth Zimbabwe Heritage Exhibition there in October 1991.

 
 

The Shona Sculpture Gallery
20, Airport Rd, Harare, Zimbabwe/ 263 77 963 5444/ shonasculpture.gallery
9am - 5pm. 

Harare's newest gallery specialising in the very best of Zimbabwean "Shona" sculpture. Works by the old masters and the top young artists.