Hazard Gallery is a contemporary art gallery set in the heart of Johannesburg’s Maboneng Precinct and which presents a highly curated programme of emerging Pan-African artists alongside strong exhibitions by established international artists. Established in May 2015 by Jonathan Freemantle and Daniel liebmann, the gallery is expanding to encompass a new building, The Cosmopolitan, in July 2016. The Cosmopolitan is a heritage building, built in 1899 and situated directly opposite The Museum of African Design (MoAD) on Albrecht street. Inspired by the likes of Dover street Market (london) and 10 Corso Como (Milan), The Cosmopolitan will bring together international and PanAfrican luxury brands, artisanal food and an award-winning bar team and restaurateur to create a cultural oasis within the vibrant Johannesburg CBD. All the brands involved are exquisitely curated to create a one of a kind luxury experience in the city.

Jean du Plessis’ solo exhibition will run from 19 May to 19 June at Hazard. He will also feature in the inaugural group exhibition at The Cosmopolitan, which opens on 1 July and runs for three months.


The Idea of Constant Change - Hazard Gallery.

19th May - 19 June 2016 (Solo Exhibition)

Group Exhibition - Cosmopolitan, Maboneng

1st July - 1st October 2016

Gallery Directors | Daniel Liebmann & Jonathon Freemantle

264 Fox Street, Cnr Main & Berea, Maboneng Precinct, Johannesburg.