Artists | Admire Kamudzengerere

Tiisetso Molobi
Lazi Mathebula
Pamela Clarkson
Atta Kwami
Mongezi Ncaphayi
Em'kal Eyongakpa

Atef Berredjem
Rehema Chachage
Mohamed Ahmed Abdel Rasoul

Moshekwa Langa
Bernard Akoi-Jackson
Helen Zeru Araya
Admire Kamudzengerere

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Awaad Issa
Lara Bourdin
Zanele Muholi
Louis Boshoff
Ruan Hoffmann
Krishna Luchoomun
Sultana Haukim
Adriaan de Villiers

Koyo Kouoh
Michele Tabor
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Santu Mofokeng
Mihret Kebede

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Leo Lefort

Akintunde Akinleye
Ndikhumbule Ngqinambi
Ruan Hoffmann
Michael Tsegaye

Adriaan de Villiers
Hadia Gana
Zanele Muholi

Victor Ekpuk
Doreen Southwood
Clifford Charles
Assefa Gebrekidan

Guy Wouete
Thulani Shongwe
Nicholas Hlobo
Doreen Southwood
Odili Donald Odita

Rehab El Sadek

Papisto Boy
John Murray
Isaac Carlos
Rose Kirumira
Dominique Zinkpé

Senzeni Marasela
Tarek Zaki
Kheto Lualuali
Meshac Gaba
Darryl Accone
Nawaal Deane
Henk Rossouw
Rafs Mayet
Louis Mhlanga

Krishna Luchoomun

Moss Mogale
Samson Kambalu
Abrie Fourie
Dominique Fontaine
Ilse Pahl

Saliou Traore
Alassane Drabo
Harry Mutasa
Moshekwa Langa
Jeremy Wafer

Mustafa Maluka

Shepard Mtyshelwa
Liza du Plessis
Allina Ndebele
Greg Streak
Dominic Tshabangu

Stephen Maqashela

Ina van zyl
Progress Matubako

Tito Zungu
Noria Mbabasa
Helen Sebidi
Sue Williamson
David Koloane
Andries Botha
Pat Mautloa

Sandra Kriel
Clifford Charles
Dianse Paulse
Sarah Tabane

Admire Kamudzengerere
Admire Kamudzengerere

Admire Kamudzengerere

Our current artist-in-residency Admire Kamudzengerere (Zimbabwe, 1981) interrogates contemporary political economic and societal issues, often concerning cultural identity and social hierarchies. His paintings, prints, videos and installations are vehicles through which he makes these realities tangible, and function as a mirror that we look into to get a deeper understanding of human behaviour. His works form a chessboard on which he positions the present in relation to repeating histories and mythologies.
Admire Kamudzengerere recently finished a two year residency at the 'Rijksakademie voor Beeldende Kunsten' in Amsterdam.
He is guest at the Thami Mnyele Foundation until the beginning of April, 2014.

"De Zimbabwaanse beeldend kunstenaar Admire Kamudzengerere trok tijdens de Rijksacademie Open aandacht door zijn interessante benadering van culturele verschillen. In zijn werk laat hij de talloze rollen zien die hij - hier in Amsterdam en in Harare - als modern kunstenaar elke dag weer speelt, van witte neger, zwarte blanke en alles daartussen. Hoe ziet Holland eruit als je uit Harare komt?"

Watch the entire Interview Admire Kamudzengerere met VPRO De Avonden.

The Herald online:
"Admire Kamudzengerere has since 2012 been based at the Rijks Academie, Holland. He hails from Harare and was born on December 27, 1981. He attended Hatfield High School, where he completed his A-Levels. Out of over 2 000 applicants worldwide, he was short-listed among the top 12 artists of his age group and experience to be awarded a residency at the prestigious international studios in Amsterdam.
He is famous for his lively allegorical depictions of urban and country Zimbabwean life – and became the second Zimbabwean to attain a scholarship from Rijks Academie, in the Netherlands following artist Patrick Makumbe. His animated, surreal figurative paintings are based on a tacit understanding of abstract form and an incisive knowledge of animal and human anatomy and gesture."
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Admire Kamudzengerere links

Rijksakademie voor Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam


Galerie LUMC, Leiden

Gallery Delta

Thami Mnyele Foundation promotes the exchange of art and culture between Africa and the Netherlands.