TURBINE ART FAIR 2018

12.07 – 15.07.2018

Booth Number GH13 | Turbine Hall | Johannesburg

Salon Ninety One is a Cape Town based gallery, presenting works by emerging and established contemporary artists of all disciplines, passionate about developing a new brand of local talent. The gallery specializes in accessible contemporary South African Art, Design and illustration. Founded during 2008 by Monique du Preez, (Married name, Foord), curator and director to the space and its highly energized exhibition program. The gallery presents a selection of contemporary work ranging from painting, textile, print, drawing, and to a smaller degree photography and sculpture, with a special emphasis on collaborative projects and bridging the traditional divide between disciplines.Salon91 offers international and local collectors, as well as first-time buyers unique investment opportunities into the emerging South African art market.

Salon Ninety One will be exhibiting at the Turbine Art Fair at the Turbine Hall in Johannesburg, South Africa, for the fifth consecutive year. Visitors to the gallery’s booth, number GH13 at The RMB Turbine Art Fair 2018, can enjoy works by their regular Salon Ninety One TAF favourites such as Amber Moir, Andrew Sutherland, Black Koki, Bruce Mackay, Cathy Layzell, Georgina Berens, Kirsten Beets, Kirsten Sims, Mareli Esterhuizen, Paul Senyol, Heidi Fourie, and Zarah Cassim, to mention only a few, as well as exciting newcomers to the fair, including Chloe Townsend, Berry Meyer, Katrine Claassens, Lili Probart, Matthew Prins, NEBNIKRO, Renée Rossouw, Sarah Pratt, Tara Deacon & more. Expect to see collage, painting, photography, ceramics, monotypes, reverse glass works, and drawings, executed in a rich winter’s palette, articulated with cool midnight hues, and bursts of warm jewel colours. The space will feature large and medium sized works by the various exhibiting artists, as well as two group projects, including a collection of diminutive works. Look out for Jenna Barbe’s sculptural installation located in one of the Turbines at the fair, proudly presented by Salon Ninety One.

 

PREVIEW:

TURBINE ART FAIR 2017

13 – 16.07.2107

BOOTH # GH14 | TURBINE ART FAIR

The Turbine Art Fair has established itself as a significant event on the SA Arts Calendar, presenting rare and crucial opportunities to Collectors and Artists alike. This Fair has won us over through its fantastic electric atmosphere, its high level of organization, and most notably in remaining absolutely committed to its intention to promote emerging talent and to nurture a new collectors base, ideas which resonate greatly with the core philosophy of our gallery.

Since its inception in 2008, Salon Ninety One has served as a platform for both emerging and established South African artists of all disciplines to gain exposure through sharing their creativity and vision. The Artists exhibiting with Salon Ninety One have all excelled in their respective fields, with their names quickly gaining recognition across South Africa and abroad. This year we are proud to be representing Andrew Sutherland, Black Koki, Cathy Layzell, Heidi Fourie, Jordan Sweke, Kirsten Beets, Kirsten Sims, Linsey Levendall, Paul Senyol and Zarah Cassim. These Artists embody the gallery’s signature style and reflect the astounding growth and promise of local talent.

Salon Ninety One will be exhibiting at the Turbine Art Fair, for the fourth consecutive year bringing accessible, affordable contemporary art from Cape Town to both seasoned collectors and first-time buyers in Johannesburg. Visit us at Booth GH14, Turbine Hall from the 13th to the 16th of July 2017. Please call 021-424-6930 for further information.

 

ARTWORKS:

ANDREW SUTHERLAND

 

BLACK KOKI

 

CATHY LAYZELL

 

HEIDI FOURIE

 

JORDAN SWEKE

 

KIRSTEN BEETS

 

KIRSTEN SIMS

 

LINSEY LEVENDALL

 

PAUL SENYOL

 

ZARAH CASSIM


 

LINK RELATED TO THIS EXHIBIT:

 

Turbine Art Fair | HERE


 

TURBINE ART FAIR 2016

14 – 17.07.2016

 

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The Turbine Art Fair has become an important event on the SA Arts Calendar, presenting rare and crucial opportunities to collectors and artists alike. This Fair remains true to its intention to promote emerging talent as well as to nurture a new collectors base, resonating with the core philosophy of Salon Ninety One. Since its inception in 2008, Salon Ninety One has served as a platform for both emerging and established South African artists of all disciplines to gain exposure through sharing their creativity and vision. This year Salon Ninety One will be exhibiting at the Turbine Art Fair, booth GH14, for the third consecutive year to bring accessible, affordable contemporary art from Cape Town to both seasoned collectors and first-time buyers.

The artists exhibiting with Salon Ninety One have all excelled in their respective fields, with their names quickly gaining recognition across South Africa and abroad. Artists who embody the gallery’s signature style and the astounding growth and promise of local talent. The gallery will be representing the following artists at the fair: Andrew Sutherland, Andrzej Urbanski, Cathy Layzell, Heidi Fourie, Kirsten Beets, Kirsten Sims, Linsey Levendall, Paul Senyol, Tahiti Pehrson and Unathi Mkonto. Visitors to the Salon Ninety One booth can expect to see a diverse, and visually rich collection of illustration and painting ranging from abstract landscapes and geometric shapes to detailed portraiture, as well as selected sculptural works.

Salon Ninety One aims to delight audiences by subtly introducing the outdoors to the gallery space, with a carefully curated group of artists, each making a refreshing contribution to their discipline. Traces of street art are evident in Senyol’s colourful canvases and Levendall’s portraits, while Mkonto’s mechanical shapes, Pehrson’s geometric hand-cut paper works and Urbanski’s digital formalism recall elements of architecture. The abstract landscapes of Sutherland, Layzell and Fourie, alongside the natural environments depicted by Beets’ enchanting greenhouses and beach scenes and Sims’ whimsical garden parties further transport the viewer.

The Turbine Art Fair will be on view at the Turbine Hall in Newtown, Johannesburg between 14-17 July 2016.

 

ARTWORKS: 

ANDREW SUTHERLAND

 

ANDRZEJ URBANSKI

 

CATHY LAYZELL

 

HANNO VAN ZYL

 

HEIDI FOURIE

 

JOH DEL

 

KIRSTEN BEETS

 

KIRSTEN SIMS

 

LINSEY LEVENDALL

 

PAUL SENYOL

 

PIERRE LE RICHE

 

TAHITI PEHRSON

 

UNATHI MKONTO

 


Links related to this exhibit:

ArtBinder:
http://blog.artbinder.com/featured-art-fair-turbine-art-fair/

 

 

TURBINE ART FAIR 2014

17 – 20.07.14

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Salon91 at Turbine Art Fair
Salon91 Contemporary Art Collection will be participating in the Turbine Art Fair in Johannesburg between 17 – 20 July 2014.
Find us at Stand A21.

Exhibiting Artists include:

Paul Senyol
Gabrielle Raaff
Swain Hoogervorst
Andrew Sutherland
Dani Loureiro
Andrzej Urbanski
Mia Chaplin

Artist Bios:

Artworks:

Salon91 | Stand A21
#TAF14 | #turbineartfair | http://www.turbineartfair.co.za

Amber Moir

Amber Moir is an artist whose images defy any particular figuration but evoke the hauntingly familiar. She sees her process as one of engaging with a lack of control such that the lost mark or unexpected result is celebrated in the final work.

Moir’s subjects are drawn from her experiences travelling or, more recently, her two years teaching English in a Japanese Prefectural High School. Recollections of events, conversations or impressions of a scene are painted in watercolour on a monotype plate before being printed by pitch roller. Far from the control of the print studio and etching press, the pitch roller affords Moir a direct confrontation with a force larger than herself.

In printing with this process, Moir grapples with a technical challenge that demands a lot of physical labour. The labour of her process remains invisible in the final works that speak of ethereal elegance. Not all the intended marks translate into the final work and not all the prints are a success. For Moir, there is a sense of acceptance in the outcome as she persistently makes peace with entropy. The sacrificial investment of both labour and mark making invites a reading of invisible labour and the openness to chance in the creative act.

Moir graduated from the University of Stellenbosch with a degree in Fine Arts in 2014. Since her return from Kyushu Island, Japan, she has lived and worked in Cape Town.

Exhibitions | Awards | Residencies

2018 – PROOF, SMAC Gallery, Stellenbosch. 2017 – SS17, Gallery Momo, Cape Town. ‘Trees Make Forests,’ Salon 91, Cape Town. 2015 – Turbine Art Fair, Salon 91, Johannesburg. ‘Hinterlands’ GUS Gallery, Stellenbosch. ‘Dreams, amongst other things,’ Salon 91, Cape Town. ‘Greatest Hits of 2014: The Domestic Odyssey’ at AVA Gallery, Cape Town.

 

Natasha Norman

Natasha Norman delights in balancing image making with viewer imagination by exploring how a collection of marks on paper can evoke something greater than a representation. She draws on sensory memory, art historical knowledge and the haptic quality of her materials to evoke experiences and emotion. Her practice engages the relationship between material and experience. The materials she uses as an artist are brought into relationship with her experiences of the sea. She interrogates how her actions as an artist can resonate with larger natural forces such as the ocean.

Norman is consistently inspired by the medium and challenges of technologies of print. She was trained in traditional Western print methods at the University of Cape Town and has attended residencies in Japan to study the Japanese relief print method called Mokuhanga. Her current work is very inspired by this watercolour print process, which has lead to an extended investigation of the watercolour medium.

Norman completed her Honours (2005) and Masters (2011) degree in Fine Art at the University of Cape Town. She is a lecturer, arts writer and practicing artist, having lectured at various institutions and universities in South Africa and published as an independent writer in various journals and South African magazines.

Exhibitions | Awards | Residencies

2018 – ‘SEE ART: Contemporary Abstract’ at Gallery 2, Johannesburg. Cape Town Art Fair, SA Print Gallery booth; ‘February Edition’ at CfSHE Gallery, Tokyo. 2017 – Searching for Mokuhanga Light: Globalizing Japanese Woodblock Printmaking, Hawaii and Cyprus, Greece; Presenting Artists at the Centre for the Science of Human Endeavour, Tokyo, Japan; ‘Field’ at Salon 91 Gallery, Cape Town. 2016 – ‘Nano’, Barnard Gallery, Cape Town. 2015 – However, Art Hub Gallery, London; Turbine Art Fair, Johannesburg, Salon 91 booth; ‘Death Speaks’ 6 Spin Street, Cape Town, curated exhibition. 2014 – Golden Haze at Salon 91, Cape Town; 2013 –Slate Projects at UK Multiplied Print Fair, Christies, London; ‘Between the Lines’ at Michaelis Galleries (as part of symposium). 2011 – Further Fictions (solo) Commune 1 Gallery, Cape Town; ‘Judgement Pending’ at AVA Gallery, Cape Town. 2010 – Tretchikoff and Me at Salon 91, Cape Town; ‘Ways of Seeing’ at Ore Gallery, Cape Town. 2008 – ABSA Atelier Finalist Exhibition, Pretoria; 2007 – The Look of Love (solo) Bell-Roberts Gallery, Cape Town; ‘Contusion’ at Irma Stern Museum, University of Cape Town; Sasol New Signatures Finalists’ exhibition in Pretoria. 2003 – YDEsire, Castle of Goodhope, Cape Town.

 

 

 

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