A Bit of Both: An interview with Kresiah Mukwazhi

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Mukwazhi is a contemporary multimedia artist and photographer based in Harare, Zimbabwe. After training as a photographer at Market Photo workshop in South Africa she has, with stunning results, recently began to train her eye for symbolism, texture and form … Read More

In ‘The Forgotten Agenda’

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Elias Eliezar Jengo (b. 1936)
“I create for myself. I do not paint to sell paintings. But I do not have any of my old paintings anymore, as they have all been bought. They are all over the world now. But I don’t create for money. I create for myself, for my family.” … Read More

How did we get here? Art exhibition

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How do our past decisions effect our present realities? how have political systems influenced our current societal context? what is the bridge between who you were and who you are now? Life is a journey;we invite artists to explore the … Read More

Rebirth Exhibition

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November had a beautiful beginning here at Nafasi Art Space as Mac Sawaya, our Artist in residence for August, finally held his long awaited exhibition. The exhibition was called rebirth and at opening time, the bare white walls of Nafasi … Read More

Call for Artists!!!

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In some cultures, a corpse cannot leave the house through the main door in fear that the spirit of the deceased will know how to get back into the house and haunt it. In other cultures, it is a curse … Read More

ACTS OF FAITH….The second half of Sanaa Yetu

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At around the half-way stage of Sanaa Yetu, our Art-reaches, established as way of sharing art and symbolizing Nafasi’s collective spirit, had proved to be the most challenging and fulfilling of all our activities. And the second half our schedule … Read More

ART EVERYWHERE…Sanaa Yetu so far

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“Nafasi Art Space is important for artists and art lovers alike to meet, exchange ideas, and appreciate the beauty and importance of art in our daily lives” –Susan P. Mlawi, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Information, Culture, Arts, and … Read More

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