FNB Art Joburg
06-08.09.24
Sandton Convention
Centre, Johannesburg,
South Africa​

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The 2023 Public programme

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With a public programme that prioritises various points of participation, one of the ways that FNB Art Joburg promotes horizontal engagement and access is through the AUX section located in the mezzanine area. Spanning talks, walking tours, book signings, public lectures and audio essays, the 2023 AUX section, sponsored by ITOO Artinsure, will explore a plethora of topics influencing and impacting the contemporary art ecosystem. This year’s themes include collectivism, figuration, navigating intersectional representation, museums as living classrooms, as well as copyright and intellectual property in visual arts. More details below. 

Thursday | 9 September

Guided media tour
Led by Gillian Fleischmann
Location: Registration and starting point at ITOO Artinsure stand, ETC 11x
Time: 3pm

Friday | 8 September

Curated walkabout
Led by Nkgopoleng Moloi
Location: Registration and starting point at ITOO Artinsure stand, ETC 11x
Time: 11am

Identity to rent, not to buy
A conversation between Marrakech-based artist Yassine Balbzioui and Katharina Fink
Location: AUX Theatre
Time: 12pm

Curated walkabout
Led by Thulile Gamedze
Location: Registration and starting point at ITOO Artinsure stand, ETC 11x
Time: 1pm

Sue Williamson in conversation with Lebohang Kganye
Moderated by Nkgopoleng Moloi
Location: AUX Theatre
Time: 2pm

Booklaunch & signing
Tell Me What You Remember by Sue Williamson and Lebohang Kganye
Location: Proto booth, ETC #01x
Time: 3pm

The Art Centre as a Living School
Panel: Dr Adéle Adendorff, James Gregory, Sinethemba Twalo
Moderator: Puleng Plessie – Curator: Education Mediation Javett-UP
Location: AUX Theatre
Time: 3.30pm

Booklaunch
Sculpture by Kyle Moreland
Location: blank booth
Time: 6pm

 Saturday | 9 September 

Curated walkabout
Led by Ashraf Jamal
Location: Registration and starting point at ITOO Art Insure stand
Time: 11am

Book signing
Thonton Kabeya
Location: Everard Read booth, HUB #3
Time: 11.30am

Book launch
Billie Zangewa in conversation with Ayana Jackson
Location: Aux Theatre
Time: 12pm

Booklaunch & signing
Thread for the Web Begun by Billie Zangewa
Location: Proto booth, ETC #01
Time: 1pm

Curated walkabout
Led by Phokeng Setai
Location: Registration and starting point at ITOO Art Insure stand
Time: 1pm

Kickstarting a Cultural Renaissance: Unraveling the Nexus of Art, Football, and Popular Culture in 1990s South Africa
Panel: Phokeng Setai, Bongi Dhlomo
Moderator: Alexander Richards
Location: AUX Theatre
Time: 2pm

Copyright and intellectual property in visual arts
Moderator: Elroy Bell, Senior Manager, Operations & Administration: Javett-UP
Panel: Lazarus Serobe, CEO: Dramatic, Artistic and Literary Rights Organisation (DALRO); Chabani Cyril Manganye, Visual Artist; Nkululeko Khumalo, Lecturer and An Independent Art Curator.
Location: AUX Theatre
Time: 3.30pm

Book signing
Dianne Victor
Location: Atelier le Grand Village, ETC #9
Time: 4pm

Sunday | 10 September 

Curated walkabout
Led by Phokeng Setai
Location: Registration and starting point at ITOO Art Insure stand
Time: 11am

Curated walkabout
Led by Thulile Gamedze
Location: Registration and starting point at ITOO Art Insure stand
Time: 1pm

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Ruth Ige. Don't hide your glory, 2022.
Acrylic on canvas. 122 x 122cm. (© Copyright 2022, STEVENSON. All rights reserved)

Friday, 8th September

Collection tour of Anglo American

Location
144 Oxford Rd, Rosebank

Date
8 September 2023
11am

Event details

The Anglo American art and object collection is a combination of art collected over several decades through four different companies: Anglo American, de Beers Group, Anglo American Platinum and Kumba Iron Ore.

The collection comprises of 3600 works, with around 1000 pieces in the collection on display at the newly commissioned Rosebank offices. Although vast, the collection experienced an acquisition hiatus from the early 2000s until 2021 creating a significant gap in the collection’s representation of contemporary art. The collection now has a dedicated curator, Megan Scott, tasked with its cataloguing and digitisation, opening an exciting new chapter which will see the gradual procurement of significant works that reflect our contemporary South African and African art world.

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