RMB Turbine Art Fair is back this year for its 7th edition since its inception in 2013 and is excited to be on the move to a new and bigger venue. The art fair has grown significantly over the years, and the 2019 fair is set to be the biggest one yet. Founder Glynis Hyslop says South Africans “have really embraced this fair since the beginning and we are delighted to be moving to a bigger venue in 2019 where visitors will be able to view exciting installations, bigger gallery spaces and a more conceptually curated fair.” RMB Turbine Art Fair will be taking place from 12-14 July with a preview evening on 11 July and the new venue is 10 Fricker Road, Illovo.
The art fair is a unique South African Arts Festival that brings together galleries and artists from different parts of the country to showcase and sell their creations. Over the years, RMB has become the epicentre of emerging African Art, championing established and new talent in an accessible environment, and aims to enhance the visual arts market in an environment that is inclusive, accessible and proudly African.
Turbine Art Fair works towards developing young artists, growing the market for African art, elevating art collecting across a wider market and strengthening the greater creative economy by providing a platform where established and emerging artists can present their efforts.
RMB Turbine Art Fair creates timeless shared experiences through sustainability and innovative, iconic spaces and offers a cultural experience for visitors with artisanal food and beverages, vibrant music and an interactive talk programme.