2018 Exhibitors Announced

The eleventh edition of the FNB JoburgArtFair will feature over 45 galleries including the exciting addition of 15 new exhibitors.

The 2018 selected galleries hail from 14 countries across Africa, Europe and the United States with a particularly strong representation from the continent comprising of exhibitors from Angola, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

We look forward to welcoming you 6-9 September at Sandton Convention Centre for our eleventh edition.


99 loop – Cape Town
Addis Fine Art – Addis Ababa
Afriart Gallery – Kampala
Art First – London
ARTCO Art Gallery – Aachen
Arte de Gema – Maputo
Barnard Gallery – Cape Town
blank projects – Cape Town
BLOOM art – Lagos
Christopher Moller Gallery – Cape Town
Eclectica Contemporary – Cape Town
ELA – Espaço Luanda Arte – Luanda
Everard Read – Joburg, Cape Town, London
First Floor Gallery Harare – Harare
Gallery 1957 – Accra
Gallery MOMO – Joburg, Cape Town
Goodman Gallery – Joburg, Cape Town
Guns & Rain – Joburg
Kalashnikovv Gallery – Joburg
Lizamore & Associates – Joburg
MOV’ART – Luanda
Red Door Gallery – Lagos
ROOM Gallery & Projects – Joburg
Salon 91 – Cape Town
SMAC Gallery – Cape Town, Stellenbosch, Joburg
SMITH – Cape Town
Stevenson – Cape Town, Joburg
This is Not a White Cube – Luanda
Worldart – Cape Town

Amy Lin presented by Alida Anderson Projects
Roger Ballen with Hans Lemmen presented by ARTCO
Aida Muluneh presented by David Krut Projects
Mark Rautenbach presented by Eclectica Contemporary
Mamady Seydi presented by Galerie GALEA
Dale Lawrence presented by SMITH

ARTCO Art Gallery – Aachen
Bad Paper – Cape Town
LL Editions – Joburg
MAKER – Joburg
The Artists’ Press – Mbombela
SA Print Gallery – Cape Town
The White House Gallery – Joburg

Artist Proof Studio – Joburg
Bag Factory – Joburg
Department of Small Business Development – South Africa
Friends of Johannesburg Art Gallery – Joburg
Javett Art Centre – Pretoria
Kuenyehia Prize – Accra
Lalela – Joburg, Cape Town
National Gallery of Zimbabwe – Harare
NJE Collective – Windhoek
SAFFCA – Joburg, Saint Emilion
The Project Space – Joburg
Village Unhu – Harare

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