Curriculum Vitae

Photograph by Klaus Hohnwald, 2013
Farnham, UK, 2003
Photograph by Vincent Jack
Harare, 1994
Photograph by Stoffer Geiling
Harare, 1988
Photograph by Ernst Schade
Harare

Biography

1949
Born in Harare, Zimbabwe
Educated in Harare and Durban
1969-70
Natal Technical Art College Durban, studied graphic design and photography
1971-75
Worked in advertising agencies, Harare, London and Johannesburg.
1976
Started painting and sculpting
1984-86
Part-time lecturer – Harare Polytechnic Art Department
2004-09
Technician, Sculpture – University Creative Arts, Farnham, Surrey



Selected Exhibitions

2013
Gallery Hagen, Offenburg, Germany
2012
Lightbox Gallery, Woking
2011
Quenington Sculpture Trust – 'Fresh Air 1999-2011'
Guildford Cathedral – Surrey Sculpture Society
Wisley Gardens – SSS
Pride of the Valley Sculpture Park, UK
2010
Affordable Arts Fair, Battersea, London
2009
Ashgate Gallery Farnham SAOS Group show
Crypt Gallery London – Group show
Hockey Gallery – UCA – 'Technique' 2007-2009
2008
The Lightbox, Woking
2005
Alan Kluckow Gallery – 'Juxtaposition'
2004
St'Art Fair, Gallerie d'Ames d'Afrique, Strasbourg
2003
October Gallery, London – 'Africa Informs', 4 Contemporary African Artists
Gallery 27, Cork Street, London – 'Artists for Zimbabwe'
2002
Wawana Gallery, Maastricht – 'Thoughts in Form', solo show
Gallery Delta, Harare – Group shows 1981-2002
2001
Gallery Delta – 'Thoughts', solo show
1999
Cuxhaven Art Centre – Artist in Residence
Commission for Cuxhaven Schlossgarten, Germany
Wawana Gallery, Maastricht
Zimbabwe German Society workshop and exhibition (NGZ)
Annual Heritage Exhibition (NGZ), 1982-1999
1998
Contemporary sculpture of Zimbabwe Espace Artsenal, Paris
Commissioned sculpture – Aage Damgaard APS, Herning, Denmark
1997
Gallery Delta – solo show
Royal Museum of Central Africa Tervuren, Belgium
'Legacies of Stone, Zimbabwe past and present'
1996
Alva Aalto Museum – '7th Graphica Creativa', Jyvaskyla, Finland
Remisen Brande, Denmark – International Artists Workshop
Musee des Arts Deniers, Paris – Group exhibition
1995
SANAA National Museum of Contemporary Art, Norway
Contemporary art from East and Southern Africa
First SA Biennale, Johannesburg, South Africa
6th All Africa Games, Harare – Mural in granite for torch base
1994
Gallery Delta Solo Show
1993
Alva Aalto Museum – '6th Graphica Creativa' Jyvaskyla, Finland
Gallery Delta – exhibition with Matti Wasskilampi from Finland
1992
National Gallery of Zimbabwe – solo show
Sandro's Gallery, Harare – two- man show
1991
4th Thapong International workshop and exhibition, Botswana
Biennale, Havana, Cuba
4th Pachipamwe international workshop, Zimbabwe
1989
2nd Pachipamwe workshop, Zimbabwe
1988
1st Pachipamwe workshop, Zimbabwe
1986
ZAVACAD Anti-apartheid exhibition, Murewa, Zimbabwe
1984
Barbican Centre, London – International Art Fair
1983
Nedlaw Sculpture Exhibition NGZ
John Boyne Gallery, Harare – solo show
1982
Mall Gallery, London – group exhibition
1981
Market Gallery, Johannesburg – solo show
1980
Durban Arts 80 – Outdoor sculpture.
Opened Gallery called 'Marico Moon', Johannesburg
1979
Trevor Coleman Gallery, Johannesburg – solo show
Akis Gallery, Johannesburg – solo show
1978
Walsh Marais Gallery, Durban – solo show



Collections

National Gallery of Zimbabwe
National Gallery of Botswana
Royal Netherlands Embassy, Harare
University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK



Commissions

2010
Private Commission, UK
2006
Millfield School, Street, UK
1999
Cuxhaven Schlossgarten, Germany
1998
Aage Damgaard APS, Herning, Denmark
1997
Prince Edward High School, Harare, Zimbabwe
1995
6th All Africa Games, National Sports Stadium, Harare, Zimbabwe – Mural and floor in granite around base of cauldron (octagonal 12 x 1.5 metres)
1994
Goethe Institute, Harare, Zimbabwe
1993
Private Commission, Switzerland
1988-96
Danhiko School for the physically disabled, Harare, Zimbabwe