Mail & Guardian | Nobhongo Gxolo:

The recently launched Cape Town art event, That Art Fair, hopes to nurture and invest in emerging talent. 

The co-founders of the now defunct Bell-Roberts Gallery in Woodstock, husband-and-wife team Suzette and Brendon Bell-Roberts, started the quarterly arts publication Art South Africa as a response to the lack of conversation around and about the art industry in the country. 

Photographer, Namsa Leuba’s work from her first solo exhibition will also be on display at That Art Fair. 

The respected title, recognised as the longest-running independent art publication in the country, recently launched That Art Fair, which is currently underway in Salt River, Cape Town.

Billed as an initiative that is committed to transformation in the contemporary African art world, the idea is to nurture and invest in emerging talent…


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