ICTAFs Main Section lies at the core of the Fair, showcasing presentations of contemporary art by galleries from around the globe
Tomorrows/Today is a curated section which aims to highlight artists who will be tomorrow’s leading names. A panel of art professionals awards a cash prize to the artist with the most exciting presentation. The section will be co-curated by Nkule Mabaso (Head Curator, Michaelis Galleries, South Africa) and Luigi Fassi (Artistic Director, MAN-Contemporary Art Museum, Italy)
In this upcoming year SOLO will explore how artists have reacted to intimacy and introspection caused by the pandemic, as well as the effect that exchange and collaboration have on artistic practice as a whole.
Editions showcases leading print galleries and workshops that specialise in prints, multiples and editions.
Past/Modern adds historical context to the Fair through gallery-curated presentations of works of art by Modern masters.
Heidi Erdmann, Cape Town, South Africa
Martin Epstein, Cape Town, South Africa
ALT debuts in 2022 and is dedicated to projects that reflect the many ways in which the art world had to adapt in response to the global shift from physical to virtual. Young, non-traditional exhibitors have the opportunity to showcase their artists in a nonconventional way, though in the conventional setting of an Art Fair, opening a dialogue on representation and physical versus virtual connection.
Cultural/Platforms presents the work of cultural institutions and non-profit organisations who nurture and support the artistic production in the region through exhibitions and artist residencies.
Magazines & Publications
Magazines & Publications showcases magazines, books, journals, and catalogues presented by publishers from around the world with a focus on art.