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ART AFRICA COLLECTORS REPORT: In Conversation with Stefan Hundt

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ART AFRICA in conversation with Stefan Hundt for the ART AFRICA COLLECTORS REPORT (AACR). An accomplished art professional, curator of the Sanlam Art Collection and head of Sanlam Private Wealth Art Advisory Service, Hundt has been curator of the Sanlam Art Collection since 1997. Since his appointment, the collection has expanded to include an additional five hundred artworks dating from late 19th century to the present. The collection boasts a representative overview of South African art and is valued conservatively at ZAR158,000,000.

You can download the first edition of the AACR from the ART AFRICA app, HERE for Apple and HERE for Android!

ART AFRICA COLLECTORS REPORT: Aaron Kohn in Conversation with Sammy Olagbaju

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Aaron Kohn, Director of the Museum of African Design (MOAD) in Johannesburg, South Africa and Director of Auriti Art Advisory, in conversation with art collector, Sammy Olagbaju, retired banker and stockbroker from Nigeria. Olagbaju plans to build a private museum in Lagos to house his 1,500-strong collection of Modern and contemporary art. He is also the founder of the Sammy Olagbaju Art Foundation and the Sammy Olagbaju Charitable Foundation.

You can download the first edition of the AACR from the ART AFRICA app, HERE for Apple and HERE for Android!

ART AFRICA COLLECTORS REPORT: Tough Challenges, New Havens

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The ART AFRICA COLLECTORS REPORT (AACR) focuses on art investment, auctions, collectors and collecting, and the business of art in general. Brought to you in partnership with Auriti Fine Art Advisory, the inaugural issue of AACR appeared in the September issue of ART AFRICA, 'Becoming African.'
 
In this installment, we bring you 'Tough Challenges, New Havens' by founder and publisher of AACR, Brendon Bell-Roberts, as well as 'Art Fairs. Where Does the Value Lie?' by Auriti.
 
You can download the first AACR from the ART AFRICA app, HERE for Apple and HERE for Android!