Started by boutique fair producer Artlogic in 2008, the FNB Joburg Art Fair is modelled as a contemporary African art fair for the South African market. It is a platform for the development of art, growing business opportunities for the industry and positioning Johannesburg as a contemporary art city. "Johannesburg presents itself as a window of opportunity where the culture of exchange and discourse can take place — moving us forward," says Artlogic director Mandla Sibeko. The fair teams up with cultural institutions, government departments, corporate sponsors and the entire art value chain. Established South African galleries — David Krut Projects, Goodman Gallery, Everard Read, Gallery MOMO and SMAC Gallery — have provided support since its inception. The fair, which has helped expand the local market and develop new audiences, has grown significantly and now includes more than 60 exhibitions and gallery representation from the US and countries across Africa and Europe, including...

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