Seven lucky readers will each win double tickets to the Cape Town Art Fair!
More than 70 art galleries from around the world are exhibiting a rich diversity of works at the Cape Town Art Fair (CTAF), which has grown to become the leading international contemporary art exhibition in Africa.
Participating galleries regarded as the most representative of the African continent’s contemporary art scene include Addis Fine Art from Ethiopia, Afriart (Uganda), Art Twenty One (Nigeria), First Floor (Zimbabwe), Gallery 1957 (Ghana) and Galerie Cecile Fakhoury from Ivory Coast. South African galleries include Stevenson, Goodman, SMAC, Gallery MOMO, Everard Read, blank projects, WHATIFTHEWORLD and SMITH.
A highlight in 2016 and once again a key feature of the event is the special project titled Tomorrows/Today curated by leading South African-born international curator Tumelo Mosaka who was appointed as the CTAF curator last year. Tomorrows/Today features solo presentations by emerging artists from Africa and the African Diaspora, all of which have been chosen by Mosaka as being representative of the continent’s most thought-provoking young voices.
Another special feature for fairgoers to look forward to is the Unframed section, which will feature large-scale installations and sculptures and has been conceived to encourage visitors to engage with the art. Five ambitious projects proposed by artists from four of South Africa’s leading galleries will be dispersed throughout the fair floor to create a number of points of interest.
THE PRIZE Seven lucky readers will each win double tickets to the Cape Town Art Fair at the CTICC from 17 to 19 February 2017.
CLOSING DATE 14 February 2017
HOW TO ENTER Complete the entry form below:
The CTAF runs from 17 to 19 February 2017. Tickets are available online: http://www.capetownartfair.co.za/book-tickets/ or via Computicket outlets.
Ticket Prices 2017:
- General Access (until 13/02/2017) = R126
- General Access = R140
- Pensioners = R100
- Students = R100
- Kids aged 12 -18 = R100
- Kids under 12 = R50
Friday 17 February 2017: 11h00 – 19h00
Saturday 18 February 2017: 11h00 – 19h00
Sunday 19 February 2017: 11h00 – 19h00