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Interview with Africa Agenda 




Petros Kaseke


Mr. Kaseke is the eldest in a family of 5 children, and took on the role of being a parent at a very young age, as his parents often had to travel to neighboring countries selling goods to support the children. He lived at a copper mining town near Harare where he completed his O’ & A’ Level (equivalent to year 10 and 12) and completed a diploma in Applied Art and Design at Chinhoyi University, Zimbabwe.

When the mine closed down, Mr. Kaseke moved to Harare and supported himself as a security guard at a cotton company and a general worker at a pottery company to make ends meet. He felt that he was neglecting his gift of art, so he decided to pursue a full time art career. Inspired by everyday life, his work is comprised of forms of wildlife, figures, landscapes and abstracts. He says on his website that he struggles to gain all the materials he needs for his art.

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Barry Lungu


Mr. Lungu was born in Harare and works from his home in Chitungwiza. Coming from an artistic family, Barry was encouraged from a young age to develop his inherent abilities, from scribbling cartoons on the walls of his family home to become a well known name in the Zimbabwe art world.

As one takes a closer look at Mr. Lungu’s fascinating abstract realism paintings there is one dominate subject, and that is women.  His point of view is that families survive because of women who plan, network and unite all. He shows women going out of their way to make ends meet unlike in the past when women would sit at home, but now have to talk to each other and see how things can be solved.



Khumbulani Mpofu


Khumbulani Mpofu was born in 1977 in Bulawayo. He studied fine art at the Mzilikazi Art and Craft centre. His works are in private collections in the USA, Canada, New Zealand, Netherlands, UK and South Africa.

He had his first solo Exhibition in the National Art Gallery of Bulawayo in 2003. He has participated in a number of group exhibitions since 1996 including two in London in 2002. His latest exhibition in October 2008 was a joint exhibition with sculptor Owen Maseko at the Bulawayo National Gallery.

He has been commissioned to do works and murals by various companies in Zimbabwe and attended workshops in Mozambique and Zimbabwe. He is married with two children and lives and works in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.


Charles Kamangwana


Charles Kamangwana was born in 1972 in Mutoko, Mashonaland-East. He is a painter and a lecturer at National Gallery Visual Art Studios in Harare and specializes in painting, printmaking and metal sculpting. He  is also the Chairperson of African Colours Artists Association in Harare and a resource person of the visual artists against AIDS – Communication for social change programme sponsored by Africare Zimbabwe . Mr. Kamangwana’s works have been exhibited in the Zimbabwe, England, Italy the Netherlands, Germany and the U.S.


W. Zuze


Zuze is another artist who is part of the new artistic movement of male painters in Zimbabwe. He uses vivid colors to paints scenes from everyday life--things that he sees on a daily basis, using a kaleidoscope of color and bold strokes in his work, resonating with Zimbabwe culture.

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Dumisani Ndlovi


Mr. Ndlovi was born in 1969. After leaving school, he attended a 3-year fine art course at Mzilikazi Art and Craft Centre in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, specializing in printmaking. His wonderful limited edition prints and monoprints have been featured in a number of group exhibitions both within Zimbabwe and abroad, including exhibits in Finland, Germany and the U.S.

He has won numerous awards, including Best Work in Graphics, VAAB Annual Exhibition 2000 and Award of Merit for Graphics, Zimbabwe Heritage Exhibition, NGZ Harare in 1994. Dumisani was one of three finalists in the 2D category in the visual arts of the 2008 NAMA (National Arts Merit Awards) competition.



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