More than ever, right now is the right time to be an art enthusiast in the Western Cape. Given the appreciation that the pandemic gave many for the arts, the newfound space to enjoy galleries and exhibitions again isn’t just a celebration for artists across South Africa, it’s a roar of joy. Showcasing more than a hundred art pieces from well-known to aspiring new artists, This is Art is the one-stop art fair for anyone who loves South African art and is looking to add a few pieces to their personal collections.
This is Art aims to provide a platform for everyone to enjoy and be inspired. You don’t have to be an art connoisseur to enjoy the magical collections – just curious. It’s an invitation to learn more, for after all, what is art if it does not show us some sort of perspective different to what we already know?
This is Art brings visitors a wide range of South African artists who will showcase their work from 26-28 November 2021.
Set in Cape Town’s iconic CTICC, the main halls allow for wide-open spaces and world-class health and safety protocols to ensure that you can enjoy your day and the art without worry.
“Art is uniquely positioned to move people, inspire us, incite new questions and prvoke curiosity. We need art more now than ever,” says Adele Eloff, CTICC’s Manager Events Development.
Prominent artists from the South African Art Society, Western Cape Art Society and Constantia Art Society will showcase their extraordinary work. Top artists such as Pieter Lessing and Ian Alberlyn are amongst some of the well-known participating artists. Anton Grobbelaar, renowned Art Gallery Owner of Art and Wine, will showcase some of his top artists. The show aims to make art readily available to art enthusiasts who want to discover and enjoy South African artwork,” says Adele Eloff, CTICC’s Manager Events Development.
Tickets are limited, so to avoid any disappointment, hop on to the link below!
- Tickets for ‘This is Art’
- Dates: 26-28 November 2021
- Venu: CTICC, Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street,
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Picture: Art by Mare Bruwer