In We Live in Silence, Chiurai dissects the film through similitude, recreating scenes intercut with visual references from popular culture and art historical sources to stage alternative colonial histories and futures that reject this notion that African migrants are to think, speak and understand language like their colonisers. As with previous work, Chiurai collaborated with an award-winning production team: Kudzanai Chiurai is an internationally acclaimed artist born in Zimbabwe in
The series brings artists from different time periods into dialogue with one another, exploring how the past resonates with the present through contrasting mediums, forms and processes. By creating this contrast, viewers are urged to consider the unseen, overlooked and silenced histories that shadow each of their respective contexts.
Bringing together works made in Africa, Europe, and the United States from the nineteenth to twenty-first century, the exhibition demonstrates the international scope and reach of art from Africa and its diaspora.
Curated by Gianni Jetzer, Unlimited transcends the typical format of an art fair by featuring immersive art installations, video projections and large-scale sculptures and paintings.
With over 35 participating artists from 22 countries, Dress Up, Speak Up offers a global investigation into such concepts, whilst reconfiguring, reimagining, and reconstituting history in order to examine the legacy and effects of European colonialism.
The exhibition offers a vision of Africa in the twenty-first century as a place of unbounded optimism, rapid growth, and massive cultural transformation and presents the continent as a hub of experimentation that generates innovative design approaches and solutions with worldwide relevance.
Curated by Candice Allison, the exhibition includes recent and previously unseen work: 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.
The spaces within which conflict has been taking place vary to the extent of our own understanding of what defines conflict.
The artists use fashion to shape narratives of representation, identity, memory, xenophobia, violence in the domestic sphere, and allegories of nationalism. Curated by Adelina von Furstenberg, the exhibition investigates the diversity of contemporary African art practices, and poses questions surrounding the issues of racial, political, gender and religious identities that continue to inform the continent at large.
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. They are featured in the section Being There, which focuses on work by 15 artists from South Africa.
He will be there until 21 May during which he intends to produce new artworks for his two upcoming exhibitions in South Africa. The exhibition seeks to present a multitude of contemporary migration processes seen primarily through the eyes of artists from Southern and Eastern Africa.
The exhibition presents works by 20 artists reflecting on narratives of migration, and was conceived as an itinerant project taking place in Zimbabwe, Uganda and Germany, artistically exploring perspectives on the multitude of migration processes in and from southern and eastern Africa primarily through the eyes of artists from these regions.
The exhibition is a collation and juxtaposition of historical and contemporary works, all viewed through a responsive, documentary lens.
As these repetitions and recognitions accumulate over time they come to bear on signifiers such as monuments, monumentality and iconoclasm, secrets and lies, the rise and fall of ideas, culture, cultivation, movement and mobility.
Kudzanai Chiurai Documentary in Johannesburg The feature documentary Black President will be screened at The Bioscope independent cinema in Johannesburg city from 12 to 16 September The film has also been screened at the New Horizons festival in Wroclaw, Poland.
Established by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, the Prize is a major contribution to the open participation of younger artists in the dynamic cultural development of societies in global transition. The exhibition presented the vibrant and sophisticated photographic culture that has emerged in post-apartheid South Africa.
The photographs depict people within their individual, family and community lives, practicing religious customs, observing social rituals, wearing street fashion or existing on the fringes of society.
All the photographers question what it is to be human at this time in South Africa. The exhibition ran from 12 April to 17 July PREFACE. The American public will be slow to connect My Lai to Watergate, and yet that link is embedded in the political consciousness of those who are guiding the destinies of this country.
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Goodman Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new and recent work by Kudzanai Chiurai in our Johannesburg space. The show, titled Harvest of Thorns, is a culmination of Chiurai’s projects around public acts of violence as documented and represented by the initiativeblog.comt of Thorns is loosely based on the book of the same title by author Shimmer Chinodya.
The American public will be slow to connect My Lai to Watergate, and yet that link is embedded in the political consciousness of those who are guiding the destinies of this country.