Frank Kilbourn

Frank Kilbourn

Frank Kilbourn (b. Ventersdorp) is a respected business entrepreneur whose love for art is matched by his exceptional philanthropy. A brilliant student, Frank holds separate degrees in Law, Commerce and Philosophy. He began his professional career as an articled clerk and practised as an attorney until 1991. After a period at Standard Corporate and Merchant

Ann Palmer

Ann Palmer

Ann Palmer is a stalwart of South Africa’s art and auction industry. She closely worked with industry doyen Stephan Welz for three decades and possesses considerable knowledge and insight into the auction business in South Africa. Ann immigrated to South Africa in 1964, and began her career by working for various art galleries in the

Dr Alastair Meredith

Alastair Meredith

Alastair Meredith (b.1984, Johannesburg) is passionate auctioneer with extensive scholarly knowledge of early twentieth-century South African painting and British paintings. A skilled communicator, he has delivered numerous public lectures and also conducted many auctions. After completing his Bachelor of Arts (Art History and English Literature) at the University of Edinburgh, Alastair attended Cambridge University where he

Wilhelm van Rensburg

Wilhelm van Rensburg

Wilhelm van Rensburg (b.1958, Johannesburg) is a prolific champion of art whose output marries scholarly research and critical writing with curating. He has organised important exhibitions for Irma Stern, Judith Mason, JH Pierneef and, most recently, Christo Coetzee. After completing his Bachelor of Arts at the University of Johannesburg in 1981, Wilhelm began teaching at

Wimpie Nortje

Wimpie Nortje

Wimpie Nortje studied electronic engineering and philosophy at the University of Pretoria. For his engineering masters degree he focused on artificial intelligence.  Wimpie started his electronic product development business while still a student. In 2014 he switched from hardware development to software development and started an Internet startup business focused on end-to-end cryptography. Later he