Engaging art talks at TAF23 at its new home

By CityLIfe Arts Writer

Followers of the Turbine Art Fair, must be excited and looking forward to this year’s edition as TAF 2023, has a new home and has an exciting programme sure to stimulate intellectual curiosity from those that will attend this year’s art feast at its new home.

Turbine Art Fair (TAF)  is thrilled to announce its exciting transition into a new decade with a move to Hyde Park Corner marking an exciting chapter in its 11 year journey. TAF 23 will take place from 27th to 30th July 2023 in a stylish rooftop setting and will set the stage for an unforgettable art experience.

TAF, South Africa’s much loved accessible art fair, is dedicated to showcasing contemporary art from emerging and established artists. With a strong focus on education and fostering dialogue around the South African art market, TAF provides a platform for artists, collectors, and enthusiasts to engage with the vibrant art scene. The fair features a curated selection of artworks, special projects, talks, and walkabouts, making it an unmissable event on the art calendar.

TAF has always been renowned for its commitment to education, not only through a diverse range of special projects but also with an extensive talks program. The highly anticipated TAF Talks, designed for art enthusiasts eager to gain deeper insights into the South African art market and the broader arts scene, form an integral part of the fair.

Curated by Palesa Segomotso Motsumi, the founder of Sematsatsa Library, the 2023 TAF Talks Programme promises to be an exceptional gathering of artists, curators, writers, cultural and art practitioners. Motsumi explains, “The 2023 TAF Talks Programme brings together an array of visionaries in Art, Sustainability, Design, and Fashion, with a strong emphasis on Storytelling and collaboration, all aimed at propelling the discourse forward.”

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