Joburg Fringe in Cape Town

WORDS Michaela Stehr IMAGES courtesy of Joburg Fringe

The Joburg Fringe independent art fair will be bringing a curated body of work to Cape Town after the success of its 11th edition held in October/November 2018 in Joburg.

Just ahead of the Cape Town Art Fair, this artist-run and artist-led initiative showcases the work of both established and up-and-coming artists. The concept is to exhibit a diverse and fresh body of work in places accessible to the public. The show will feature 39 artists from 13 countries in a range of media including photography, ceramics, video, sculpture, text, painting and performance art.

The show will run from 8 February – 12 February 2019 at the Ruth Prowse School of Art in Woodstock.

The list of 39 artists include:

Advik Beni (South Africa) / Alice S and Jennifer W-S (South Africa) / Almut Determeyer (Germany) / Amogelang Maepa (South Africa) / Andrew Lindsay (South Africa) / Ashley Ellis (South Africa) / Aurèle Ferrier (Switzerland) / Brett Seiler (South Africa) / Chiedza Nyebera Pfister (Zimbabwe/Switzerland) / Chloë Reid (South Africa) / Christel Liebenberg (South Africa) / Claudia Shneider (South Africa/Germany) / Errico Cassar (South Africa) / Jean-Michel Rolland (France) / Loryn Thomas (South Africa) / Kutlwano Monyai (South Africa) / Lizette Chirrime (Moçambique) / Lubanzadyo Mpemba (Angola) / Mauricio Sanhueza (Peru) / Marlene Carpenter (South Africa) / Mbali Tshabalala (South Africa) / Mcebisi Sidlai (South Africa) / Mireille Ribière (France/England) / Naledi Segale (South Africa) / Ngozi Chukura (Botswana) / Nicola Holgate (South Africa) / Phoka Nyokong (South Africa) / Phumelele Kunene (South Africa) / Sophie Joans (South Africa) / Stian Deetlefs (South Africa) / Rhona Mühlebach (Scotland/Switzerland) / Rose Mara Kielela (Brazil/Angola) / Ross Culverwell (South Africa) / Tetsuya Maruyama (Japan/Brazil) / Warrick Sony (South Africa) / Wonder (South Africa)

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