RMB Turbine Art Fair (RMB TAF) is on the move to a new and bigger venue for the 7th edition of the Fair.
since its inception in 2013, the art fair has grown extensively year on year and 2019 will see the most substantial Fair yet in a new location.
RMB TAF is not just an art fair but an all-encompassing cultural experience for visitors, with artisanal food and beverages and vibrant entertainment programme. It also differentiates itself from other South African art fairs through its accessible pricing strategy. The selling price of artworks generally falls between R1000 and R50 000, which presents opportunities to savvy investors and new buyers to extend their collections easily, and for new artists to thrive off this talent platform.
Attendees can expect a series of special projects during the Fair as well as a multidisciplinary public programme curated by Kefiloe Siwisa and Nomvuyo Horwitz titled “The Year of the mirror” which will include performance art, music, screenings, masterclasses and a children’s programme, talks and walkabout series sponsored by RMB Private Bank. The talks and walkbaouts are offerd to the public for free and on a first come first serve basis.
Dates: 12 – 14 July 2019
Venue: 10 Fricker Rd Illovo, JHB
Tickets: R120 via Webtickets or R150 at door
Weekend pass: R250 via webtickets or R300 at door
Children R100: 4 years & older Includes access to children’s arts area and children’s walkabout on a first come first serve basis
Students & Pensioners: R100 at door and R80 via Webtickets (Friday only)
VIP opening night (11th July): R750 via Webtickets only and will include Performances by Gregory Maqoma (founder & executive director of Vuyani Dance Group) and Mabuta