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AOTW- Still Life by John Hlatywayo
A bold colour palette. At center a
bowl with three fruits at far right a pedicel is most pronounced. Dark blue
notes imbricated from the khakhi- green patch that is rife of tabulated form.
AOTW- Still Life by John Hlatywayo
AOTW- Still Life by John Hlatywayo
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AOTW- Live by Munyaradzi Mazarire
You are looking into a
mirror; the reflection you see is what you are at that particular juncture in
time, the space around you is peripheral and your focus is on the mirror before
you. What space exists in the reflection? Is there an alternate existence or...
AOTW- Live by Munyaradzi Mazarire
AOTW- Live by Munyaradzi Mazarire
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G2.0 - Capacity Building Workshop for Creative Practitioners
On the 17 th and 18 th of September; the
Ministry of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation held a Capacity Building Workshop
at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe. The Workshop was held by the Ministry in
partnership with Zim Trade. The Workshop was geared at cre...
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AOTW- Lunchtime by Paolo
An aquatic bird loops
while eating its catch of the day, a fish. Truncated wings rise above the from
the bird figure’s back, while the neck slopes rightward towards the oblong
head, at the center, a red eye beams. The beak’s form is created through
lineatio...
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AOTW- Peace by Dominic Benhura
On the 26 th of
April in 2017, a sculpture by Dominic Benhura, entitled Peace, was donated the National Gallery of Zimbabwe Permanent
Collection by the United Nations Development Programme. The artwork features
five figures, youth in their appearance; all a...
AOTW- Peace by Dominic Benhura
AOTW- Peace by Dominic Benhura
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AOTW- Mbira by Gideon Gomo
  The artwork is represents
Mbira, which is presented with eleven keys which are in the make of human
faces. These human faces are open mouthed and shown in a manner where they are
singing or wailing. The presentation of the object in a manner where the
imp...
AOTW- Mbira by Gideon Gomo
AOTW- Mbira by Gideon Gomo
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Artwork of the Week Ma Mère By Gina Maxim
A
patchwork bodice upon sackcloth overlapping a frame. Expressive tapestry
signifying multiple stories and experiences of multiple women; laden with
context. 
Artwork of the Week Ma Mère By Gina Maxim
Artwork of the Week Ma Mère By Gina Maxim
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AOTW- Stop It by Eva Raath
The artwork Stop
it by Eva Raath portrays an adapter which has been disconnected from
the main source of power. The adapter, with a cord inscribed Stop
It , is symbolic of energy and the flow of power. The disconnected
adapter, in relation to the eQualities...
AOTW- Stop It by Eva Raath
AOTW- Stop It by Eva Raath
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AOTW- The Liberator by Charmaine Chitate
A profile of a cavalry man accosting
the people, off camera, infusing an energy of appreciation set forth by the
group, as the eye is set in on the action of the events that took place in
November 2017. The white backdrop of the clear sky, the hazy artiller...
AOTW- The Liberator by Charmaine Chitate
AOTW- The Liberator by Charmaine Chitate
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AOTW- Uncomfortable Truth by Davina Jogi
The use of light in the composition
is remarkable; a well-timed shot of a soldier holding an infant during the
events of last year’s Operation Restore Legacy, in which the former President,
Robert Mugabe was ousted from 37 years in power. A film of backligh...
AOTW- Uncomfortable Truth by Davina Jogi
AOTW- Uncomfortable Truth by Davina Jogi
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