Sadly, the 2017 Cape Town Art Fair has come and gone! This weekend the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) was packed with serious art buyers, casual onlookers and tourists all intrigued to see art from South Africa and the diaspora. Chief Curator, Tumelo Mosaka, introduced two new exhibitions: Tomorrows/Today and Unframed which focused on large interactive works and upcoming African artists. If you didn’t get a chance to see these new additions and all the other work at the fair, then take a look-see below: 

Cape Town Art Fair
‘The Ascent of the Purple’ by Mary Sibande
‘The Knife Eats at Home’ by Kemang Wa Lehulere. 
Cape Town Art Fair
‘Repair , Culture’s agency #1’ by Kader Attia
Cape Town Art Fair
‘Proposed Model for Tseko Simon Nkoli Memorial’ by Athi-Patra Ruga
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‘New Terminology’ by Moffat Takadiwa
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‘Milan 1946_Lucio Fontana visits his studio on his return from Argentina’ by Alfredo Jaar
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‘Marylin’ by Gavin Rain
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‘Kanala Walk’ by Thania Petersen
Cape Town Art Fair
‘Jongler (Code F186) – Iridiscent Blue’ by Rafael Barrios
Cape Town Art Fair
‘Experimental Theatre’ by Robert Hopkins
Cape Town Art Fair
‘Ecstatic Map [Transparent Territory]’ by Gerhard Marx
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‘Cannibas Sativa (No Land)’ by Gerald Machona
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By Zanele Muholi
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By Wim Botha
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By Vivienne Kohler
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By Neill Wright
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By Michael Linders
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By Marlene Steyn
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By Jody Paulsen
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By James Webb
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By Jack Milroy
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By Herman Mbamba
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By Frank Van Reenen
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‘All Heart’ by Samuel Alerton
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By Ed Young

Photographs by Gabriella Pinto 

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