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Theme : Freedom: Journey / Destination

25th - 27th April 2025



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Capital Art Fair Tswane

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Capital Art Fair Tswane

Tickets will be available from the 1st of November 2023 from our official partner, Webtickets.

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  • “Art is Life” Newsletter
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Please note: tickets purchased through any other channel will not be accepted. Please buy tickets in advance to avoid disappointment at the venue.

Please have a look at all our featured artists that will be attending our exhibition.

Katlego Love Sithole

His personal and artistic odyssey is one of self-mastery and inspired reinvention.

Mark L. Swart

Artist & designer, creating and manufacturing unique and functional artworks.

Mthuthuzeli “Sthu” Manaka

Contemporary abstract portrait painter

Sylvester Mqeku

Pioneering ceramic artist and academic

Mncedisi Mkhize

His vibrant oil paint and fabric on canvas medium boldly extols a visual story in portraiture.

Larissa Mwanyama

A “poetically complex” intersectional artist — is a digital artist with an upbringing steeped in traditional storytelling; an African and Futurist.

Madikotsi ‘Mummy’ Khumalo

Mummy Khumalo examines the dual reality of our spiritual awareness and our physical actuality.

Marguerite Roux

Marguerite practices intuitive weaving using both age-old as well as modern mechanical advances to manipulate different kinds of yarn.

Thabiso Dakamela

His recent work reconciles different aspects, components, and features of the self.

Sandro Trapani

The evolved narratives he creates in his mixed media sculpture, paintings and photographs are inspired by his memory, history and heritage.

Nompumelelo (Mpumi) Peter

Although her preferred medium is oil painting, specialising in portraiture, the spectrum of her artistic expression even covers both 2D as well as 3D digital creations.

Nonceba Thami Dwanya

Her paint, charcoal, and ink medium portraiture are emblazoned with her dynamism.

Arthur Dlamini

Through the camera and with paint on canvas, he details the sacred journey of human experience.

Umseme Uyakhuluma: A celestial conversation

A collaborative project whose core team is made up of an All African Women production

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