Norval Foundation is a centre for art and cultural expression, dedicated to the research, education and exhibition of 20th- and 21st-century visual art from South Africa and beyond. Located in the Steenberg area of Cape Town, adjacent to Table Mountain National Park, Norval Foundation combines the experience of art with an appreciation for nature.
Sovereign Art Foundation
In 2003 Howard Bilton, Chairman of The Sovereign Group, devised a plan to build a Foundation in Hong Kong that used art to fund and promote art programmes. The aim was not only to elevate the profiles of mid-career contemporary artists; but also help disadvantaged children living in Asia. To this end, Howard established The Sovereign Art Foundation (SAF).
Established in 1744, Sotheby’s is the world’s largest, most trusted and dynamic marketplace for art and luxury. They empower the international community of collectors and connoisseurs to discover, acquire, finance and consign fine art and rare objects. Their reputation for trust and authenticity is backed by their unparalleled global network of specialists spanning 40 countries and 44 departments, which include Contemporary Art, Modern and Impressionist Art, Old Masters, Chinese Works of Art, jewelry, watches, wine and spirits, and interiors, among many others. Guided by their forward-thinking spirit of innovation, they host over 600 auctions annually and offer a cross-category selection of items available for immediate purchase via both digital and physical shopping experiences as well as private sales.
The Africa Centre
The Africa Centre has been championing the cause for Africa and its diaspora since 1964.
The Africa Centre’s mission rests upon five critical pillars:
Culture, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Social, Education and Intellectual leadership. These are the building blocks, and the reason they exist. They drive their core programming offer, shape their outreach and are recognisable in the very fabric of the building and spaces that they are transforming.