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We Need New Names, at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Harare (9 November – 8 December), is the first solo exhibition for Kudzanai Chiurai in his home country.
Tracing the trajectory of Zimbabwe’s social and political changes, the exhibition references different ideological influences that informed the Liberation Movement, from the seeds of Pan-Africanism, the American Civil Rights and Black Power Movements, Nationalism, and Communism.
Chiurai is one of the most prominent young artists emerging from the African continent, creating work that powerfully interrogates a contemporary African notion of sacrifice, though not enquiring into its necessity.
This mini-survey brings together work from Zeitz MOCAA’s own substantial collection with iconic pieces from other major African collections.
The show, part of Fotografia Europea, is a presentation of 100 photographs taken in South Africa over the last 100 years, carefully selected from archival, museum and photographers’ collections.
In positioning the photographs as placeholders, the exhibition recognises that photographs are moments and momentary, not only in time and space, but also in making and unmaking histories.
The spaces within which conflict has been taking place vary to the extent of our own understanding of what defines conflict.
In a complex symbolic staging that references Livingstone’s championing of religion and commerce to ‘civilise’ the continent, Chiurai imagines an African future that the colonial project could never entertain: one which attempts to re-establish the connection between contemporary Africa and its rich past.If the project you're backing is successfully funded, your card will be charged when the project reaches its funding deadline.If the project does not reach its funding goal, your card is never charged. Art Ethical product advertising: Xilisoft Product advertising. Google Adsense Host ads by anyone, google pays you for the clicks. Software How-Tos Skitch for Mac only is a fully editable screenshot programme. Computers Save Face - Facebook Privacy Restore is a button you drag onto your bookmarks bar, log into Facebook, press the button, and your privacy settings are ALL set to Friends Only - note - not Friends of Friends or anything else.Works by six Goodman Gallery artists – Lisa Brice, Kudzanai Chiurai, Hasan and Husain Essop, Robert Hodgins, William Kentridge and Diane Victor – form part of the current group exhibition, I am because you are: A search for Ubuntu with permission to dream, at the Standard Bank Gallery in Johannesburg (2 February – 31 March).Curated by Usha Seejarim, the exhibition – which features 52 artworks from the bank’s corporate collection – is presented against the backdrop of South Africa’s current socio-political context, and invites and encourages viewers to contemplate the notion of Ubuntu in the context of South Africa’s contemporary conditions.