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2016 Exhibitors Unveiled

As the annual, premium visual art event on the African continent, the 2016 FNB JoburgArtFair will see local and international art lovers, makers and dealers converge on Johannesburg’s Sandton Convention Centre.





This year, Fair will feature 90 exhibitions within 6 categories including Contemporary and Modern Art, Special Projects, Gallery Solo Projects, Limited Editions and Art Platforms. The selected galleries and organisations hail from 12 countries across Africa, Europe and the United States.
The 2016 Special Projects programme will manifest as an invitational section that spotlights the artistic landscape of East Africa. This will feature a selection of leading artists and art spaces from Kampala, Addis Ababa, Bujumbura, through Nairobi and Dar es Salaam.
As the highlight of this programme, 2016 Featured Artist, Wangechi Mutu (Kenya / USA) will be exhibiting a multi-media installation presented by Keyes Art Mile. Further solo presentations by Aida Muluneh (Ethiopia), Jim Chuchu (Kenya), The Nest Collective (Kenya) will feature alongside site-specific works by Serge Alain Nitegeka (Burundi) and Sanaa Gateja (Uganda).
A new ground breaking addition and highlight of the 2016 FNB JoburgArtFair is the first ever series of TEDxJohannesburg Talks themed on the contemporary visual arts of Africa. The programme, presented by Ogogiii magazine – the bi-quarterly magazine known for cutting edge perspectives on African design, culture, business and global affairs – will include a full day of talks presented by dynamic artists, curators and thinkers at the Theatre on the Square at Nelson Mandela Square.

 

2017 Talks Programme
2017 Talks Programme Theater on Nelson Mandela Square, Saturday 9 September, 13:00 PM - 16:45 PM
FNB JoburgArtFair Media Launch
This week the Four Seasons Hotel in Westcliff was the perfect venue for the official media launch of the FNB JorbugArtFair.
2017 FNB Art Prize winner: Peju Alatise
FNB JoburgArtFair is delighted to announce Nigerian artist Peju Alatise as the 2017 recipient of the FNB Art Prize.