|Maggie Otieno on Sun, 14 Mar 2010 20:23:23 +0100 (CET)|
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On this week’s newsletter writer Sophie Alal in Uganda brings us a feature about a two man show at Tulifanya Gallery in Kampala that unites for the first time two previous winners of the coveted ‘Discoveries Young Artists’ Ronald `Ro’ Odokotho & Yusuf Kiire. In Zimbabwe, Godwin Muzari the Arts and Entertainment editor for the Standard in Harare tells us why artists in Zimbabwe have not been free to express themselves why their voices have been silenced and information suppressed for ruffling the political elite in the Mugabe regime. While still down south – South African Zwelethu Mthethwa's long awaited first Monograph is to be published. The monographs comprise of stunning large scale works with a fresh approach marked by colour and a dynamic exchange between the photographer and the photographed.
Many more stories and opinions can be found in the newsletter. Be sure to check it out!
Contemporary art events and spaces are emerging all over the continent. We are buoyed by the re awakening to the importance of arts and culture in Africa and the interest that it is generating worldwide.
A new space for contemporary East African art has been opened by a long time promoter of contemporary art in East Africa Carol Lees. After nine years running Rahimtulla Museum of Modern Art (RaMoMA), its former curator’s next mission is to seek new markets for the extraordinary talent present in East Africa. The One off Gallery is delighted to invite you for its first open day on 14th March 2010. This will be a rare opportunity to acquire works by established East African artists Richard Kimathi, Timothy Brooke, Peterson Kamwathi, Joseph Bertiers and Fitsum Woldelibanos
Please check our events section of the newsletter and website to see other important shows, opportunities available to a location near you. If you have an event related to contemporary African that you would like listed on the AfricanColours website do not hesitate to contact us. For artists who want to submit their portfolios click here for submission guidelines.
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For our new subscribers Pip Beale, Faisal Kiwewa, Jessica Hudsley, Anne Sweet, artists Vusi Mfupi and Kyalo Justus, Gloria Badaru, David Rhody, Wanjiru Naisenya Kimani, Janet Stanley we say thank you, you have arrived!
We wish you good reading and success promoting contemporary African art.
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