With over 17 years of experience in the art space of South Africa, Scapegoat Gallery has firmly established itself as a prominent figure in the industry. Six years ago, we expanded our reach internationally, both in terms of artist selection and clientele.
As the largest Pop art gallery in the southern hemisphere, we take pride in showcasing a diverse range of artistic expressions. Our stable of artists includes renowned names such as David Yarrow and Fringe, covering a wide spectrum of mediums from fine art photography to fine art oils, mixed media, and sculpture.
Located in the heart of Hyde Park corner, our flagship gallery is a visual feast, featuring an extensive collection of artworks from our talented artists. We constantly refresh our inventory, with new artworks arriving monthly, ensuring a captivating experience for our visitors.
At Scapegoat Gallery, we believe in the power of art to inspire, provoke, and captivate. We invite art enthusiasts, collectors, and the curious to explore our vibrant space and discover the multitude of creative voices that we proudly represent.
The main focus of Scapegoat Gallery is to promote and showcase contemporary art from both local and international artists. We strive to create a dynamic and inclusive platform that celebrates artistic diversity and encourages dialogue between artists, collectors, and art enthusiasts. Our gallery specializes in Pop art and features a wide range of mediums, including fine art photography, fine art oils, mixed media, and sculpture. We are committed to providing a space where creativity thrives and where artists can connect with a global audience.
Whether you are an avid collector, a first-time buyer, or simply someone who appreciates art, we invite you to visit Scapegoat Gallery and experience the power and beauty of contemporary art first hand.
Artists: FRINGE, David Yarrow, Mr Brainwash, Auguste, Markus Klinko, PunkMeTender, Jisbar, Bram Reijnders, Josh Mayhem, Tom Berenz, Nathan Paddison, Reke Nyari, Stephane Gubert, Tyler Shields, Ziv Cooper , Guan Romero, Steve Maposho, Patric Rubenstein, Nathan Neven, Al Saralis, Margo Grassi, Opake, Diana Korn, Brenden Murphy, Emanuele Tozolli,