The Winter Sculpture Fair presented by MasterCard is set to showcase some of South Africa’s best contemporary sculpture, combined with the finest food and wine from Franschhoek on 10 and 11 May 2014 in Gauteng.
Taking place at the NIROX Sculpture Park, which is situated in a private nature reserve in the Cradle of Humankind, the Winter Sculpture Fair promises visitors an unmatched culinary and cultural experience in the country with friends and family.
Visitors can meander through the beautifully landscaped park while taking in the sculptures of the highly acclaimed ‘NIROX SCULPTURE | WINTER 14’ exhibition. The Winter Sculpture Fair is a host to thirty exhibitors offering exquisite food and wine produced by Franschhoek’s top chefs and winemakers, as well as a range of quality goods including cheeses and chocolates.
Tickets cost R100, and are available through www.webtickets.co.za, with a 10% discount if they are purchased using a MasterCard card. Children 12 and under enter free. Book your tickets online to avoid disappointment, as limited tickets will be available at the door. For more information, visit www.wintersculpturefair.co.za; email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow @ArtlogicSA on Twitter.
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Artlogic began in 2007 following the sell-out success of William Kentridge’s version of The Magic Flute, produced by Artlogic’s Director Ross Douglas. Having successfully produced a number of one-off events, Artlogic embraced a new strategy – creating annual events. The first event was the 2008 FNB Joburg Art Fair, which is now in its seventh year, and the biggest contemporary art fair in Africa. As a logical extension of this audience’s fine taste for good design and a quality lifestyle, the Sanlam Investments FoodWineDesign Fair was born, and the Africa Cycle Fair soon followed in its footsteps. The Artlogic team commits to showcasing only the best talent South Africa has to offer.
For more information about Artlogic visit www.artlogic.co.za.