Jemali’s mixed spirit figurine traces controversial narratives
Shona and Ndebele people have known high levels of hospitality and friendship, and Jemali tries to depict this in his creations.
By Tendai Sauta May. 9, 2023
Teede gets candid in her latest exhibition
Cocoon one, two and three, revel in the different forms in shape and colour that cocoons are created, which may allude to wider social implications.
By NYADZOMBE NYAMPENZA Mar. 2, 2023
Visual artist finds niche market in tattoos
He now mainly focuses on tattoos, a visual art he sees gaining more attention in the future because the craft is a strong way of communicating.
By Rejoice Phiri Jan. 16, 2023
Zuze’s images exude self-expression, individuality
His themes also revolve around Zimbabwean women as he believes they were and still are hard workers who try to bring food on the table for their families.
By Tendai Sauta Dec. 14, 2022
Luke Snow's artworks offers musicians business idea
Recently he designed packaging material for snacks emblazoned with names of some popular musicians in the country such as dancehall singers Winky D and Nutty O and others.
By EDWIN NHUKARUME Nov. 24, 2022
There is life in paint and brush: Chaumbezvo
Chaumbezvo has been eking out a living from paintings for about 17 years in Harare’s central business district.
By Agatha Chuma Sep. 8, 2022
Daily life struggles reflected in Burning Figure
Ndlovu, who is a resident artist at Bulawayo’s National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ), said the reason behind the artwork was to motivate people that to every cloud there is a silver lining.
By Agatha Chuma Sep. 1, 2022
Anger grows over ‘Patriot Bill’