Etosha Radiant

Johannes Scott

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Ceramic, Lead Glaze, 2018

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86cm x 36cm

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ABOUT XHANTI ZWELENDABA

Xhanti Zwelendaba is a multi-disciplinary artist working in a diverse range of mediums

such as sculpting, print-making, installation, performance art and video art. Zwelendaba’s work deals primarily with the complexities and tensions surrounding Xhosa culture and the modern day culture of contemporary capitalism and nationalism – and embedded within these is the legacy of colonialism and apartheid. This pursuance is largely spurred on by having to balance in-between these cultural paradigms, often simultaneously.

Each of his works stand as a testimony for interrogating his identity and the collective identities of Black people living in South Africa. Through collaboration and usage of diverse materials, each idea is given the opportunity to present its nuances in a unique manner. By regularly contributing and participating in the development, processes and practices of his curiosities, Zwelendaba has overtly committed to pursuing an art practice within a decolonial paradigm, which is constantly pushing the boundaries and limits of art making from the African continent within the contemporary art sphere, which is still a largely western European dominated industry.

Group Exhibitions

2022   ‘A Point of Departure’, Curated by Christina Fortune, EBONY/CURATED, Cape Town, South Africa

2021   ‘Autumn Salon’, Gallery Fanon, Johannesburg, South Africa

‘Space and Place’, Galarie Eigen, Berlin, Germany

‘Tongues’, The Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa

‘Turbine Art Fair Featured Artist’, Turbine Art Fair, Johannesburg, South Africa

2020   ‘Everard Read Franschhoek Gallery Opening’, Everard Read, Cape Town,

South Africa

2019  ‘Familial Threads’, Museum of African Design, Johannesburg, South Africa

2018  ‘Investec Cape Town Art Fair’, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Amaqaba vol. 1’ (in collaboration with Inga Somdyala), Eclectica Contemporary,

Cape Town, South Africa

2017  ‘Everyday Anomaly’, WHATIFTHEWORLD GALLERY, Cape Town, South Africa

2016  ‘Chamber of Mines’, (in collaboration with Rowan Smith), WHATIFTHEWORLD GALLERY, Cape Town, South Africa

 

Projects

2022  Residency at Leipzig International Art Programme, Germany

PCSA: The Surreal Landscape, David Krut Projects, Johannesburg, South Africa

2017   Open Laboratory, Nirox Sculpture Park, Krugersdorp, South Africa

2016   Sasol New Signatures, Pretoria Arts Association

ABOUT MIKHAILIA PETERSEN

Mikhalia Petersen is an independent, multi-faceted creative, living and working in Cape Town, South Africa. Working through the medium of photography, Petersen is skilled in the fields of styling, creative direction and as a stills producer, cultivating a layered means of engaging with projects and work.

Often working in portraiture, Mikhalia aims to capture her subjects in a truthful and celebratory manner. Portraying those individuals she shoots through narrative-based storytelling, as opposed to isolated and essentializing single images. Her practice lends itself towards the emotive, harnessing elements of history, culture, and the lived archive of those who surround her and the individuals she works with. Deeply interested in the post-colonial landscape of Cape Town, her work seeks to re-address the way POC and LGBTQIA+ people are framed within this context through hardship and oppression. Instead, her photographs highlight the beauty and strength of people.

The work she has produced has been described as theatrical and heavily inspired by a documentary-themed approach. Working with a community of creatives, also based in Cape Town, her practice is multi-disciplinary as she incorporates local crafts, fashion, and various skills within shoot production, to create her photographic stories.

Petersen’s work has been published in various reputable South African and international publications, including THE FACE, NATAAL, NiCotiNe and Doek!Lit. Her work has been exhibited locally at the AVA Gallery, GUS Gallery and Eclectica Contemporary, and internationally at the Chanel Hyeres Festival in Paris. Notable campaigns she has worked for include PUMA.

Petersen was a top three finalist for the ORMS Mentorship Programme 2019 for photography and forms part of the V&A Waterfront’s Artist Alliance.

 

Group Exhibitions

2022   ‘A Point of Departure’, curated by Christina Fortune, EBONY/CURATED, Cape Town, South Africa

2018   ‘Sunday Service’, GUS, Stellenbosch, South Africa

,AVA Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Kwaai Vol.1’, Eclectica Contemporary Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

ABOUT WOOJU LEE

Wooju Lee (b.1998) is a South Korean visual artist. She studied at Michaelis School of Fine Art and graduate in 2021. She expresses herself through a range of media, including painting and sculpture. Her work highlights the complexity of social identity. She focuses on the pursuit of individual freedom, on the struggle to be oneself in the face of discrimination and the masked emotions that come into play.

“Surrealist art appeals to me because of its emphasis on creative freedom. Freedom itself happens to be the underlying theme in my artwork, the freedom to just be myself while too often having to experience discrimination related to my Asian identity. As a contemporary surrealist artist, I am able to use both physical and digital tools to highlight the discrimination and isolation I have experienced. Like most surrealist artists, I use dream-like imagery, though not based on actual dreams and not by releasing the unbridled imagination of the subconscious. I use simple graphics and everyday imagery. Then like symbolist painters, my art is a synthesis of form and of feeling, of both reality and my own subjectivity. Beginning by making collages and then painting with oil on canvas, I often connect the human figure, representing myself, with the space where I experienced this discrimination and isolation. As a motif, I use a smiling emoji, or else yellow colour elsewhere in the art, to represent stereotypical Asian skin colour. The smiling emoji is, in fact, a kind of poker face, hiding my real emotions which are not those typically associated with a smile. When finding myself as the object of scorn, I smile not because I am happy, but because it is my only available ‘weapon’ for diffusing a tense situation. In some of my art, I appear half-naked, stripped of dignity by the unfriendly glances or insulting comments. The intense yearning to escape abuse or to find rest is always clear in my artwork, whether it be my human figure running on water, trying to ascend a stairway to the sky or lying on the floor as a shadow.”

 

Group Exhibitions

2022   ‘A Point of Departure’, EBONY/CURATED, Cape Town, South Africa

2021   ‘Michaelis Graduate Exhibition’, Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town, South Africa

ABOUT JABU NADIA NEWMAN

Jabu Nadia Newman is an award-winning artist and filmmaker who works through the mediums of photography and videography. 2020 Newman was commissioned by NOWNESS, British Film Institute and the British Council to write and direct a short film exploring diaspora aesthetics and issues of afro-futurism, The Dream That Refused Me (2021) which won two awards at the Ciclope Africa Awards Festival 2021 as well as a Silver Cannes Young Director Award. Her newest short film Inside Out premiered at the Encounters South African International Documentary Festival 2021. Most recently Newman won Bronze for the Shots EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) 2021 New Director of the Year Award.

In 2017 she spoke at the Design Indaba Simulcast Conference 2017 and has screened her work at The Black Filmmakers Festival, The Labia, 12th XPOSED International Queer Film Festival Berlin, Encounters South African International Documentary Festival, Shnit International Short Film Festival, NBO Film Festival, The Aesthetica Short International Film Festival and more.

In 2018 Newman exhibited her first solo exhibition titled Mokwena, Macquene, Mac quene after being awarded the recipient of the Orms Cape Town School of Photography Artist in Residency program. This exhibition looked at issues of Coloured identity in Retreat, Cape Town, the history of forced removals and the result of her family having to change their surname.

Newman won the 2nd edition Video Art Awards by the Arp Art Residency program Centro Luigi Di Sarro for her film titled untitled:friends which screened at the Corte Lovere Short Film Festival in September 2019.

In 2019 the Museo Meà and the Associazione ‘Asilo dei Creativi di Meano’ presented ‘Jabu Nadia Newman: It Takes A Village’ the artist’s first Museum Solo Exhibition. Museum’s main exhibition space from September 7, 2019. This exhibition was curated by Alec Von Bargen, Artistc Director/ Chief Curator.

 

Solo Exhibitions

2019   ‘It Takes A Villiage’, Museo Meà and the Associazione ‘Asilo dei Creativi di Meano’ . Crema, Italy

2018   ‘Mokwena, Macquena, Mac Quene’, Orms Cape Town School of Photography. Cape Town, South Africa

 

Group Exhibitions

2021   ‘Rapid Eye Movement’, AVA Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Feminism Ya Mang, Feminism Yethu, Feminism Yani’, Goethe Institute, Johannesburg, South Africa

2020   ‘HOW TO SAY IT’, Smac Gallery in collaboration with Galerie Cécile Fakhoury, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Kwaai Vol.3’, Ecclectica Contemporary Galley, Cape Town, South Africa

2019   ‘Listening Room’, Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town, South Africa

‘…She Finds Not Her Sum But Her Differences’, The Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa

2018   ‘Transmissions’, Gallery MOMO, Cape Town, South Africa

2017   ‘ALBUM CORP PRESENT: THE FOXY FIVE’ – Somerset House. London, United Kingdom

2016  ‘Series/Friends’, Worldart Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

ABOUT RORY EMMETT

Rory Emmett lives and works in Cape Town. He completed his BAFA at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town in 2014, where he majored in painting and won the Judy Steinberg Painting Prize in his final year. Emmett was a Sasol New Signatures merit award winner in 2015 and his work can be found in a number of private and corporate collections. Emmett completed his PGCE in art and design didactics at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in 2017. He has taught art at secondary and tertiary levels as well as in primary school art workshops at Greatmore Studios, where he was a resident artist in 2017 – 2020. At present, he is an MFA candidate at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town.

Emmett makes use of abstract and figurative painterly and performative devises to explore notions of labour, identity formation and intermingling knowledge systems. The alchemical qualities of paint(ing) informs how he deals with colour and its various ideological and material implications, as a fluid pigmented medium and as inherited racial nomenclature. His projects reference personal and political discourses and historical narratives. These visual and conceptual enquiries take the form of multimedia installations which draw on archival and contemporary imagery and symbolism, often holding a sense of cultural familiarity in attempts to highlight and complicate that which is unconsciously normalised.

 

Selected Solo Exhibitions

 2021    ‘HEWN’, 99 Loop Gallery Cape Town, South Africa

2019    ‘Things Which Are Not As Though They Were’, Gallery @ Glen Carlou, Paarl, Cape Town

‘Reprise’, SMAC Gallery, Stellenbosch, South Africa

‘Building Ground: Grey Areas’, 99 on Loop Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

2017    ‘Concerning Alchemy’, AVA Gallery Cape Town, South Africa

2016    ‘Survey: Selected Works’, (Solo studio project), Rheede Street, Cape Town, South Africa

2014    ‘Colourman’, (Graduate Exhibition), Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town, South Africa

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2021    ‘RENAISSANCE | THE CONTEMPORARY EXPRESSION OF THE ANCESTRAL SPIRIT’, Tinney Contemporary, Nashville Tennessee

‘Untitled 8.99’, 99 Loop Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

2019    ‘Emerging Painting Invitational (EPI) Exhibition, First Floor Gallery, Harare, Zimbabwe

‘Present Passing: South by SouthEast’, Osage Gallery, Hong Kong

‘Connections’, Greatmore Studios, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Surfaces’, Kelvin Corner, Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Investec Cape Town Art Fair’, 99 Loop Gallery, CTICC, Cape Town, South Africa

2018    ‘The Main Complaint’, Zeitz MOCAA, Cape Town, South Africa

‘KWAAI’, Eclectica Contemporary, Cape Town, South Africa

‘The Devil Loves When We Loathe Ourselves’, 99 Loop, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Cape to Tehran’, Gallery MOMO, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Here and Now’, Greatmore Studios, Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa

2017    ‘Concerning Alchemy’ AVA Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Throughlines’, Greatmore Studios Showcase 2017, Greatmore Studios, Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Dress Code’, Gallery MOMO, Cape Town, South Africa

‘A Painting Today’, Stevenson, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Colour Chart’, EBONY/CURATED, Cape Town, South Africa

2016    ‘Abstracted’, EBONY/CURATED, Cape Town, South Africa

‘Sitditaf – Switch it Off’, Aardklop Arts Festival, Potchefstroom, South Africa

‘Barclay’s L’Atelier’, Western Cape Regional Finalists Exhibition, Rust-en-Vrede Gallery,  Durbanville, Cape Town, South Africa

‘THAT Art Fair’, The Palms Décor & Lifestyle Centre, Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa

 

Awards & Achievements

2018    Top 5 Finalist, ARPArt Video Competition, Cape Town/Italy

2015    Finalist & Merit Award Winner, Sasol New Signatures Art Competition 2015 (Association of Arts Pretoria)

2015    Top 100 Finalist, Sanlam Portrait Award 2015 (Rust-en-Vrede Gallery & Casa Labia Gallery, Cape Town)

2014    Judy Steinberg Prize for painting (Michaelis/UCT)

2014    Director and Staff Award (Michaelis/UCT)

2014    Hoosein Mahomed Award (UCT)

ABOUT LOTHAR BÖTTCHER

Born in 1973 to German immigrants, Lothar grew up on a small holding outside Pretoria. In 1991 he matriculated and went to study Art at the Fine and Applied Arts campus of the Tshwane University of Technology. Lothar was introduced to glass as an expressive medium in 1994 when the newly established glass department was opened. Since then, glass has been his passion. Glass presented technical challenges that inspired him to further his studies. In 1997 he enrolled at the Staatliche Glasfachschule Hadamar, Germany, where he perfected his cold working abilities under the guidance of masters such as Josef Welzel and Willie Pistor. Lothar returned to his hometown, Pretoria, in 2001. Since then he has established himself as a leading voice in the South African glass art scene.

He has been instrumental in establishing the South African Glass Art Society, which hosted several national glass art exhibitions and festivals in 2004 and 2005. He is a part time lecturer at the TUT Glass department, mentoring upcoming South African talent. Using his skills as a cold worker (grinding and polishing of glass) he has created a multitude of unique sculptures. His works are exhibited in galleries and group shows throughout SA. He has several awards behind his name including a top 10 finalist in the 2007 ABSA L’Atelier competition. In 2011 his work was published in the New Glass Review 32 by the Corning Museum of Glass.

Lothar’s work is presented in various esteemed galleries in South Africa and his pieces are in private collections worldwide.

Each sculpture is unique. An underlying theme of experimental endeavour and philosophical queries prevails. Glass is ofteN used as a vehicle of perception of the contiguous surroundings. The hand made glass “parts” are often incorporated with other materials such as wood and steel, but never leaves the focal point, always enticing the viewer to come closer and interact.

ABOUT OLIVER SCARLIN

Oliver Scarlin was born in Cape Town in 1987. He received a BA in visual art at the Stellenbosch Academy of Design & Photography and later completed the 3 year painting program at the Florence Academy of Art, where he taught as an assistant instructor. Since his return to Cape Town in 2015 he has had 4 solo exhibitions and participated in numerous group shows.Oliver paints primarily from observation and is interested in exploring perception through form and colour. He makes functional ceramic objects that feature in his still-life work. Beyond the formal elements of painting, the work is informed by themes of memory, longing, and queer intimacy.

Solo Exhibitions

 

2020    ‘Be Still My Heart’, Glen Carlou Gallery, Simondium Paarl, South Africa

2019    ‘Fruition’, The Voorkamer Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

2018    ‘The Painters Plate’, The Voorkamer Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

2017    ‘Tidescapes’, The Voorkamer Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

Group Exhibitions

 

2021    ‘LIGHT’, Glen Carlou Gallery, Simondium Paarl, South Africa

              ‘99 Reasons to Come to Cape Town’, The Voorkamer Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

              ‘Sailors and Sirens’, Rust-En-Vrede Gallery, Durbanville, South Africa

              ‘Verdigris’, GUS Gallery, Stellenbosch, South Africa

2020    ‘Ceramix’, The Voorkamer Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

              ‘Boys Don’t Cry’, Rust-En-Vrede Gallery, Durbanville, South Africa

2019    ‘Self’, Glen Carlou Gallery, Simondium Paarl, South Africa

             ‘Even Artists Get The Blues’, The Voorkamer Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

             ‘Palate, Plate, Palette’, Rust-En-Vrede Gallery, Durbanville, South Africa

2018    ‘Winter Exhibition’, Otomys Art Gallery, Tetbury, England

             ‘Rain Dance’, The Voorkamer Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

2017    ‘Terrain’, A Group Exhibition, Absolut Art Gallery, Stellenbosch, South Africa

              Sanlam Portrait Award “Portrait 100” – Rust-En-Vrede Gallery / Michaelis Galleries, Cape       Town, South Africa

             ‘Hour Work’, The Voorkamer Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

             ‘Elements of Realism’, Absolut Art Gallery, Stellenbosch, South Africa

            ‘Glimpses of Eden’, Imibala Gallery, Somerset West, South Africa

2016    ‘The Spirit of Stern’, Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town, South Africa

2015    ‘Summer Alumni Show’, The Florence Academy of Art, Florence, Italy

2014    ‘Represent Art London, 20th Century Theater, London, United Kingdom

             ‘Artists In Transit’, Imibala Gallery, Somerset West, South Africa
 

ABOUT PLÁCIDO ‘POCHO’ GUIMARAES

Plácido “Pocho” Guimaraes (Malabo – Equatorial Guinea, 1951) carries on the tradition of Equatorial Guinean textile craft practice that has been passed down from generation to generation in his family. A disciple of Grau-Garriga, the materials he incorporates into his work are fabrics of African origin; old newspapers and waste materials, as well as objects found in the cities and natural environments around Malabo and Madrid. These elements are loaded with personal or family meanings, and each of the works he produces refers to a specific theme and reality of his immediate environment: his political dissidence, family customs and rituals and the place where the women of his tribe met to speak together by the river.

 

Equatorial Guinea achieved independence from Spain in 1968, when Plácido “Pocho” Guimaraes was 17 years old. His grandfather, Francisco Malabo, a descendant of the last Bubi king, was in charge of his education until he was 10, when he was admitted to the La Salle school in Malabo. There, he was tutored by his uncle Teodoro Obiang Nguema (now president of Equatorial Guinea). The events and the political figures involved in the independence and the immediate dictatorship of Macías Nguema, marked Pocho’s life politically. The political persecution of Macías also affected his Father, who was imprisoned, tortured and killed by the regime in 1971.

 

The work of Pocho Guimaraes is developed through the high heddle technique. Historically, tapestries are worked on vertical warp looms and whose weft is usually made with cotton, thread, wool, silk or linen. Pocho however, uses unusual materials: fishermen’s nets found on the beach, plastic bags, old newspaper, wires… found and residual objects that could well be interpreted in a political key referring to the reality in which they live. Pocho sees his country submerged under the current dictatorship of his uncle Teodoro Obiang, whose rule is considered one of the most repressive in the world. Wanting to escape from these inequalities encountered in his home country, he has been largely self-exiled in Spain since he was 19 years old. His political and cultural concerns led him to Kiev in 1975, where he studied Urban Planning. Upon returning to Spain, he studied Fine Arts in Valencia thereafter exploring a multitude of visual languages and collaborations in the world of​​ dance, theatre and cinema.

 

From 2005 – 2019 Pocho returned to Equatorial Guinea and lived on the island of Bioko undergoing the traditional ceremonies that he was unable to perform due to his early departure from the country at the age of 17. These rituals, dances, symbols and experiences enrich his current works, reconnecting his cultural and family roots. The various objects that we find in his work, such as shells, pieces of wood, found plastics or soda cans give volume and expressiveness to the tapestry. They become symbols and help narrate the personal stories of the Bubi culture so relevant to his family’s history.

 

Pocho Guimaraes has been participating in exhibitions since 1984 and currently lives and works in Madrid, Spain

 

Selected Exhibitions

2022     Investec Cape Town Art Fair, EBONY/CURATED, Main Booth B3, South Africa

2020    ‘Tejidos Disidentes’, Galería Nueva Art Gallery, Madrid, Spain
Installation Episcopio Art Gallery, Collective Exhibition, Ávila, Spain

2019    ‘Sea Stories’ African Museum Exhibition, installation and Performance, Madrid, Spain
“Akooó”, Exhibition, Performance and Workshop, Mamah África Art Gallery Madrid, Spain

2018    ‘In Search of Light’ UNED (50th Anniversary of Independence Seminar, Exhibition and Talk, Madrid, Spain

2015    Albuniasi Art Gallery, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

2014    ‘Mixing Actions and Reflections’ CCEM (Spanish Cultural Centre), Bata, Equatorial Guinea

2012    Momart EG, FNB Joburg Art Fair, Johannesburg, South Africa

2011    ‘Variatios’ (Tapestries Installation and Performance) CCEM (Spanish Cultural Centre), Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

2009    ‘Writings in the City of Malabo’ (Tapestries Installation and Performance) CCEM (Spanish Cultural Centre), Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

2003    Sala de Armas Art Gallery, Ciudadela, Pamplona, Spain

2002    Esperanza Cabaret Art Gallery, Madrid, Spain

2000    ‘Africa más Cerca’ African Art Exhibition Book Fair, Bilbao, Spain

1987    SEN Gallery Collective exhibition, Madrid, Spain

1984    Collective exhibition of Equatorial Guinean artists, Parla Savings Bank, Madrid, Spain

ABOUT ABONGILE SIDZUMO

Abongile Sidzumo was born in 1996 in Cape Town, where he currently lives and works. He completed his degree in Fine Arts at the Michaelis School of Fine Arts in 2019.

Sidzumo works with leather offcuts and repurposed materials to create works that reflect and interrogate humanity, the way we co-exist and our relationship with nature; he revisits memories and connects them to spaces he has lived in as well as the everyday life of marginalised communities.

Leather is often associated with luxury, wealth and power. Through his process of restitching and weaving this precious material, Sidzumo proposes that we start thinking about repurposed materials in a different way. Connecting it to notions of trauma that has been inflicted on black communities during apartheid, his practice also functions as a manner of interrogating the continuous healing of black communities in post-apartheid South Africa.

As the winner of the Absa L’Atelier Competition, Gerald Sekoto Award, Sidzumo will go on a three-month residency in Paris in April 2022.

Solo Exhibitions

2020   ‘Dancing In The Dust’, Everard Read, Johannesburg, South Africa

 

Group Exhibitions

2021  ‘A CLOUD’, Gallery 2, Johannesburg, South Africa

‘Dikapa’, Jaffer Modern, Cape Town, South Africa

          Turbine Art Fair, Studionxumalo Booth, Johannesburg, South Africa

‘Currency’, Greatmore Studios, Cape Town, South Africa

‘The Oasis’, Hallmark House Hotel London, Johannesburg, South Africa

2020  ‘We’ve Come To Take You Home’, Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town, South Africa

 

Awards and Nominations

2021  Gerald Sekoto Award in the Absa L’Atelier

2020 Runner up for the Cassirer Welz Award

Blessing Ngobeni Art Prize

2019  Simon Gerson Prize

ABOUT FENI CHULUMANCO

Feni Chulumanco was born in Eastern Cape and moved with his family to Langa Township in Cape Town at a young age. Whilst studying at Isilimela Comprehensive High School he met Miss Nkunzi, the Art, Culture and Design teacher who encouraged him to pursue his evident skill and passion for the arts. In 2014 Chulumanco met the artist Ayanda Mabulu at Greatmore Studios. This significant encounter led to him being mentored by Mabulu as well as interacting with a wide variety of established artists at Greatmore. In his paintings Chulumanco focuses on the depleted human figure, encasing them in glass boxes contextualising the idea of individualism. Inspired by his own individual journey and personal growth, Chulumanco takes the viewer on a rich visual journey allowing one to focus on our own identity, self worth and sense of fulfilment.

Group Exhibitions

2021 ‘8X8’, EBONY/CURATED, Cape Town, South Africa

2021 Investec Cape Town Art Fair Digital Event, EBONY/CURATED booth, Cape Town, South Africa

2021 ‘Dipaka’, Jaffer Modern, Green Point, South Africa

2021 Presentation with What If The World, Cape Town, South Africa

2020 ‘Emerging Artist Exhibition’ ArtB Gallery, Belville, Cape Town, South Africa

2020 ‘Home Is Where The Art Is’, Zeitz Mocca Museum, Cape Town, South Africa

2020 ‘Committee’s Choice’, ArtB Gallery, Belville, Cape Town, South Africa

2020 ‘When The Water Breaks’, Greatmore Studios Trust, Cape Town, South Africa

2020 ‘Tiny Treasures’, ArtB Gallery, Belville, Cape Town, South Africa

2019 Members Representation at ArtB Gallery, Belville, Cape Town, South Africa

2018 ‘Artreach Western Cape Chapter 3’, AVA Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

2018 Presentation with Micro Galleries, Kathmandu, Hong Kong

Residencies

2018 Ruth Prowse School of Art, Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa

2019 Greatmorer Studios Trust, Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa