The Guardian| Toyin Akinosho

THE sixth edition of the Cape Town Art Fair opens in roughly 90 days’ time, with far more ambitious programming than its last five outings. Set up at the city’s International Convention Centre, from February 16-18, 2018, it hosts an increasing number of galleries from outside the continent, showing new, edgy (and not-so-edgy) visual art alongside prominent art houses located in Africa.

Among the European galleries returning to participate are London’s Africa focused October and Tiwani Galleries, as well as Gallery Minini and Primo Marella, both from Italy. From Cuba, the fair will welcome, again, Gallery Continua. Those participating for the first time include Galerija Gregor Podnar (Berlin, Germany), Perrotin (Paris, France) and Magnin-A (Paris, France)…read more 

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