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#Throwback to last weekend when David Krut attended the Investec Cape Town Art Fair 2022! David called in to host a live interview with Uganda born artist Charlene Kumuntale (@charlieynoble_art) Charlene was showing her work with Afriart Gallery Kampala owned by Daudi Karungi – long term friend and collaborator of David Krut. 🎉

David and Charlene speak about her education in animation, her artistic practice, the use of digital art as a medium, the subject matter of her work, poetry, reading and so much more…
https://davidkrutprojects.com/62987/david-krut-podcast-charlene-komuntale-thinking-outside-the-box-and-beyond-listening-time-14-minutes

Featured images: 1. Red Dress. 2. Pastel Dresses. 3. Olive Dress. 4. Scarlet Dress.
Follow @afriartgallery for more work by Charlene Kumantale

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#Throwback to last weekend when David Krut attended the Investec Cape Town Art Fair! David called in to host a live interview with Uganda born artist Charlene Kumantale. Charlene was showing her work with Afriart Gallery Kampala Gallery owned by Daudi Karungi – long term friend and collaborator of David Krut. 🎉

David and Charlene speak about her education in animation, her artistic practice, the use of digital art as a medium, the subject matter of her work, poetry, reading and so much more…

#CharleneKomuntale #davidkrutpodcast #davidkrutworkshop #davidkrutprojects #ICTAF #ICTAF2022 #DavidKrut #Podcast #ArtPodcast #ArtCollectors #AFricanArt #DigitalArt #Painting #ContemporaryAfricanArt #BlackArtists #Feminism #Masculinity #Symbolism #AfriArtGallery
Emmie Nume collaborates with 8-year-old Theon whom he has been teaching art practice for the last few months.

Click the link to register - https://south-south.art/projects/

This intervention will be part of the 12-hour Interactive Drawing Event connected to the ‘I draw, therefore I think’ project curated by Jitish Kallat.

The Miro board is produced in collaboration with Open Window

#SouthSouth #GlobalSouth #SouthSouthProjects #IdrawthereforeIthink Afriart Gallery Kampala
We love this work by Sungi Mlengeya. Contemplation is part of Sungi's debut solo exhibition "Just Disruptions“ which ends on 19 August 2021 at Afriart Gallery.

Image courtesy of the artist and Afriart Gallery Kampala

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Ugandan artist Fred Mutebi uses parables and metaphors in his artwork to communicate important issues impacting the global village.

Proceeds from the sales of his artwork are used to fund rural, community-based programs and projects in Uganda.
-LAST CALL-

A new venue is coming to Kampala!

The Alliance Française and the Goethe-Zentrum Kampala UGCS Kampala are in the process of setting up their Basement! And to create a unique and welcoming atmosphere, we need your talents.

We are launching a Visual Artists competition:

1 - Apply before 2 May by sending an email to [email protected] - with a portfolio and a short description of your past work.

2- For successful applicants: The venue is open for you on 7th May to produce your work.

3- The winner will be selected by an audience vote on the 21st may during the premiere of the OPEN STAGE “The Base” happening during the French-German Week at AFK/GZK premises.

We can't wait to open this venue with your visual creations !

-Share and Spread this new-

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CALLING ALL ART LOVERS: Up your tote bag game, show off striking artworks, support artists and contribute to the creative production in Africa in these challenging times!

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Available in three styles featuring artworks by Godfried Donkor (represented by Gallery 1957), Ajarb Bernard Ategwa (represented by Jack Bell Gallery) and Sungi Mlengeya (represented by Afriart Gallery Kampala).

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🥳 2021 AND ITS CHALLENGES : Crossroads Digital Multimedia Ltd, Afriart Gallery Kampala, FEZAH🥳

Ugandan entrepreneurs keep on working and developing their products ! This year is about breaking even and proving their concepts to the world !

Watch their full videos on www.afriquecreative.fr

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🥳 2021 ET SES DEFIS : Crossroads Digital Multimedia Ltd, Afriart Gallery Kampala, FEZAH 🥳

Pour les entrepreneurs ougandais, 2021 se résume en quelque mots : atteindre le seuil de rentabilité et prouver leur concept au monde !

Regardez leur vidéo sur www.afriquecreative.fr
To all artists, upcoming artists and those interested in art its a high time for you to get in touch with Afriart Gallery Kampala for their exhibitions and know more about wonderful art pieces together with the artists 😜

// ABU DHABI ART 2020 Afriart Gallery Kampala - Artists Richard Atugonza and Abushariaa Ahmed. Afriart Gallery is pleased to present two artists at this year's edition of Abu Dhabi Art 👇👇

// Richard Atugonza , an exceptional sculptor who has recently joined our gallery. Atugonza's current body of work from the series Imperfection perfections encompasses a selection of portraits depicting people in his life whom he sculpts in ubiquitous materials such as plastic bottles and charcoal found in his immediate environment to capture proportion, body movement and posture using the reverse technique. This begins with dressing his models with bandages to get the negative, after which he manipulates through clay as an ‘editing’ process to capture the figure’s expression in order to make a cast.

// Abushariaa Ahmed who works with inks on paper. In the series “Sudan 06-19”, the artist depicts the role of women in the Sudan revolution which reached its peak around June 2019. Women like Alaa Salah who led powerful protest chants that helped fuel the revolution that ousted President Omar al-Bashir from 30 years of authoritarian rule came to symbolize the integral role women played on the front lines of the pro-democracy protests, where they often outnumbered men.

// The exhibition is on view on Artsy from 19th till 26th November 2020 (https://www.artsy.net/show/afriart-gallery-afriart-gallery-at-abu-dhabi-art-2020?sort=partner_show_position)

For further details regarding the show, please email [email protected] to request available works document. 👏👏
⏳ ACTUALITE : Afrique Créative, deuxième bootcamp en vue ! ⏳

Du 25 au 27 Novembre, les entrepreneurs auront l’occasion de réfléchir aux défis qui se posent lorsque leur entreprise entre en phase de croissance.

Restez connectés !

Avec : Karoninka, Optimiste Produktions Sébastien Bazemo, KAALA Africa, Langages du sud, ANYA Music Crossroads Digital Multimedia Ltd Afriart Gallery Kampala FEZAH

En savoir plus: https://afriquecreative.fr/Bootcamp-2-les-strategies-de?var_mode=calcul

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⏳ NEWS : Afrique Créative, second Bootcamp incoming ! ⏳

From November 25th to 27th , Entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to takle all the topics relevant to their companies scale-up strategies.

Stay tuned !

With : Karoninka, Optimiste Produktions Sébastien Bazemo KAALA Africa Langages du sud ANYA Music Crossroads Digital Multimedia Ltd Afriart Gallery Kampala FEZAH

Learn more : https://afriquecreative.fr/Bootcamp-2-Scale-up-strategies?var_mode=calcul
Today on the #FNBArtJoburgOnline Programme:

Saturday 7 November, 2pm SAST | Gallery led Zoom tour: Afriart Gallery Kampala

Afriart’s Daudi Karungi will take viewers through the gallery’s presentation

Register here https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__n_xyctvQkqVbqFhx-ssrQ

#artsalive

https://linktr.ee/afriart_gallery Afriart Gallery is a focal point of Kampala’s artistic community and provides a wonderful space to experience the exquisite art of Uganda.

The gallery was founded in 2002 by art director Daudi Karungi. It is a leading private art gallery in Uganda focusing on the promotion of contemporary art from Uganda and the East African region as well as forging collaborations among artists in Africa and beyond. The gallery has showcased over 110 Ugandan artists whose artworks have also been featured in major international exhibitions, art auctions, Biennales, and art fairs.

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Sendo Tuyển CTV Đợt 2 is now on WhatsApp. 09/12/2021

Sendo Tuyển CTV Đợt 2 is now on WhatsApp.

Sendo Tuyển CTV Đợt 2 is now on WhatsApp.

Signs of Sea Change at Art Basel Miami: More Galleries of Color 05/12/2021

Signs of Sea Change at Art Basel Miami: More Galleries of Color

Karungi of Afriart said that participating in the fair nearly 20 years after creating his gallery feels like an important milestone and that he hopes to serve as a model for other African galleries. “I started from the bottom in the industry,” he said. “And now we’re here.”
- Robin Pogrebin for The New York Times

Signs of Sea Change at Art Basel Miami: More Galleries of Color Changes to eligibility requirements enabled more diversity at the fair, which roared back for the first time since the pandemic.

04/12/2021

ART NOTES #15
Dominic Chambers (Artist & Collector)
@chambersdominic
@thechamberscollection

Notes by AAG is an online series featuring voices from the AAG community: artists, our staff, clients, friends, fans, collaborators, peers and supporters. We are excited to share the diverse voices from within the community, to create space for sharing thoughts, knowledge, ideas and inspiration – all about art. DM if you wish to contribute.

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Some impressions from Sungi Mlengeya’s stunning solo booth at Art Basel Miami Beach, presenting a new series of works titled 'Unsettled Minds'!

The five paintings in the series are Huru, Mdoli, In Tune, Chipua and Play. The subjects in their varying poses portray diverse interpretations and fulfilment in being women; from compliance of expectations and obligations to discovery and self-awareness, experimentation and growth, caregiving and entertaining.

Over this diverse pot of ideologies is the importance of co-existence with each other’s definitions, as well as our past and present understanding of it, allowing ourselves and others the freedom to define and redefine it as much as needed in retrospect to changes that take place in our lives.

Visit us at @artbasel Miami Beach until Saturday, 4th December 7pm.

An Art Fair Meets a Pent-Up Demand 30/11/2021

An Art Fair Meets a Pent-Up Demand

“We wanted to reflect society at large,” Mr. Spiegler [Mr. Spiegler, global director of Art Basel] said. ... He added, “It’s still not diverse enough, but we made real progress on this front.” He cited Afriart Gallery of Kampala, Uganda, as a debut of note. - The New York Times

An Art Fair Meets a Pent-Up Demand This year’s edition of Art Basel Miami Beach brings collectors back while welcoming a more diverse group of gallery owners.

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Sungi Mlengeya (@sungimlengeya) at Art Basel Miami Beach (@artbasel)! Afriart Gallery is proud to present a solo booth titled 'Unsettled Minds' at the gallery's debut participation. The series of works by Tanzanian painter  Sungi Mlengeya tries to explore what womanhood means to the artist’s  muses – and how that translates to others.

Link in Bio to read more.

Find us in the ‘Positions’ sector at Stand P19.

Art Basel Miami Beach Public Days: Thursday, Dec 2, 2021, 11am to 7pm
Friday, Dec 3, 2021, 11am to 7pm
Saturday, Dec 4, 2021, 11am to 6pm

Image: Sungi Mlengeya, Huru, 2021, Acrylics on Canvas, 150x200cm, 
Courtesy of Afriart Gallery

   

In Opposite Styles, 2 African Artists Capture the Same Spirit 29/11/2021

In Opposite Styles, 2 African Artists Capture the Same Spirit

"Marcellina Akpojotor, of Nigeria, and Sungi Mlengeya, of Tanzania, explore female empowerment and the roles of women in African society."

In Opposite Styles, 2 African Artists Capture the Same Spirit Marcellina Akpojotor, of Nigeria, and Sungi Mlengeya, of Tanzania, explore female empowerment and the roles of women in African society.

28/11/2021

ART NOTES #14
Simon Njami (Curator & Writer) speaking about 'Kind of Blue', an exhibition he curated as part of Abu Dhabi Art 2021. His curatorial framework references Miles Davis' album from 1959 of the same title.

Notes by AAG is an online series featuring voices from the AAG community: artists, our staff, clients, friends, fans, collaborators, peers and supporters. We are excited to share the diverse voices from within the community, to create space for sharing thoughts, knowledge, ideas and inspiration – all about art. DM if you wish to contribute.

Image: Cyrille Choupas

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Henry ‘Mzili’ Mujunga has been shortlisted for the Norval Sovereign African Art Prize! With his work ‘Red Blanket and Devine’, he made it among the 30 shortlisted finalists.

Finalists in the running for this year’s Prize hail from 18 countries and a total of 336 entries were received from artists from 37 countries.

The Norval Sovereign African Art Prize organized by Norval Foundation and The Sovereign Art Foundation (SAF) celebrates the practices of leading contemporary artists and aims to benefit them by further increasing their exposure to an international audience.

The shortlisted artworks will be presented to the public in a Finalists Exhibition at Norval Foundation from 26 January – 28 February 2022.

The Prize aims to raise significant funds for the shortlisted artists and for Norval Foundation’s Educational Programme in an equal split through an auction administered by Sotheby’s from 15 – 22 February.

Image: Henry ‘Mzili’ Mujunga, Red Blanket and Devine, 2020, Oil on Canvas, 120x100cm


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Richard Atugonza (@atugonza_richard) has been commissioned by Abu Dhabi Art 2021 to create a work which is currently installed in two location of the UAE: At Manarat Al Saadiyat, the event space of the fair and in the desert of Al Ain at Jebel Hafit Desert Park.

The work titled AT HEART BUT FAR is made up of two sculptures inspired by the tragic story of two lovers: Layla and Majnun. Here, Layla and Majnun become a metaphor of what many people around the world have been, and still are experiencing due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Curfews, travel restrictions, or simply caring for our loved ones and therefore not visiting, has become a common experience. Many of us have felt isolated and separated from loved ones.

The artwork speaks about longing, about longing for reunions, about keeping friends and family in our hearts, while being physically separated and not being able to interact as we would wish to.

At heart but far is part of the Abu Dhabi Art Beyond commissioned projects 2021.

Richard Atugonza, At Heart but Far, 2021, Charcoal, sawdust, dried grass, resin, embroidered fabric
282 x 136 x 26 cm (Majnun, currently in Al Ain)
227 x 200 x 200 cm (Layla, currently in Manarat Al Saadiyat)

# richardatugonza

19/11/2021

ART NOTES #13
Charlene Komuntale (Artist) speaking about her ongoing series 'Not Fragile'

Notes by AAG is an online series featuring voices from the AAG community: artists, our staff, clients, friends, fans, collaborators, peers and supporters. We are excited to share the diverse voices from within the community, to create space for sharing thoughts, knowledge, ideas and inspiration – all about art. DM if you wish to contribute.

16/11/2021

Meet us at Abu Dhabi Art 2021 from tomorrow until Sunday! We are delighted to be part of Simon Njami's curated section A KIND OF BLUE and to present Richard Atugonza's commissioned work AT HEART BUT FAR!

Link in Bio for more detailed info.

@roselejeune @sbardaouil @till.fellrath @maithaabdalla @hashelamki @christopherjoshuabenton @iamayahaidar @hazemharb @najat.makki__ @maysalbeik @randabduljabbar

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We are at Abu Dhabi Art 2021 with two artists from Uganda! Charlene Komuntale (@charlieynoble_art) and Richard Atugonza (@atugonza_richard) represent a new, innovative generation of artists who challenge themselves to think beyond traditional materials and references – traditional, both in a local, Ugandan and in a global art-historical context.

Komuntale takes digital drawing to another level and through meticulous execution enters the world of fine art. Her digital paintings deconstruct patriarchal narratives as shaped by culture, religion, and politics and provide a ground for inquiry and interrogation, and for visions of different futures.

Whereas Atugonza’s sculptures reflect the quest for locally sourced, recycled materials and eventually the process fuses people and the environment they inhabit.

Komuntale’s and Atugonza’s work is poetic, draws on subtle references to meaning, is quiet, yet boldly articulates a confident, inquisitive and self-reflective young Ugandan spirit.

Photos from Sendo Tuyển CTV Đợt 2's post 05/11/2021

'Life through plants 1' by Henry 'Mzili' Mujunga (@henrymzilimujunga_official) is the first of a series of two paintings. It shows the artists wife and child amidst a green, natural environment.

This work reflects how the artists draws much of his inspiration from his family and his immediate environment. The natural environment and human figures exist in the same space. They seem to complement each others existence as they allow the viewer to reflect on the importance of plants in our human existence and vice versa.

Objects and natural elements seem to be depicted and placed randomly, such as a dartboard in the background of the scene. This – a recurring element in the artists work – allows for a personal interpretation by the viewer of a deeply intimate, and personal scene. The viewer may notice the connection between the two people and they relate with their environment or, at the same time, may access the painting from the perspective of the green, natural elements.

As in the majority of the artists’ works, the viewer is given the task to finish the story – to relate seemingly disparate elements to each other and connect the dots – or may simply enjoy the richness of colour and emotion.

Photos from Sendo Tuyển CTV Đợt 2's post 04/11/2021

Having always been a lover of art and drawing, it is only until Mona Taha (@mona_tee) took part in the ‘Surfaces’ workshop at Afriart Gallery in 2018 that she started considering herself an artist. Mona graduated from Makerere University with a degree in Development Economics and has worked in logistics and family business until she decided – and put her foot down against family and societal expectations – to become a full-time artist.

Her work 'Untitled 6' (2021) is currently showing at @artxlagos. Link in Bio to visit the online fair.

03/11/2021

Art X Lagos is only one day away! Afriart Gallery presents two Ugandan artists at this year's edition: Mona Taha (@mona_tee) and Henry 'Mzili' Mujunga (@henrymzilimujunga_official)

Both artists are keen to draw on realistic representations of human form to portray their message. Through this, the act of seeing and being seen, and the representation of
Black bodies in art is being redefined.

Most importantly, though, both artists assert their presence by sourcing subject matter from within themselves and their immediate environment. Therefore, they are presenting real life stories that talk, for instance, about daily family life, or, as in Taha’s self-portraits, contemplating personal struggles through one’s own body.

Photos from Sendo Tuyển CTV Đợt 2's post 30/10/2021

Impressions from a fantastic theatrical performance by Acaye E. Pamela (@acayekerunen) and band during the closing day of the exhibition 'Iwang Sawa'. The exhibition was curated by Acaye and artworks were a collaborative effort by herself and weaving artisans from different parts of Uganda.


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Discover more of Emmie Nume (@emmienume) during @fnbartjoburg on @artsy, starting from Thursday, 28 November 2021.

The drawing ‘I am’ by Emmie Nume is from series ‘Catching myself doing
something’ (2021).

The series marks a turning point in his practice as it solidifies his embodied approach to creating. The larger part of the series was created during a strict lockdown in Uganda and as movement and gathering were restricted, the artist found himself stuck in the same environment for weeks embracing everyday moments as points of inspiration.

Being an attentive observer of his environment and of himself, he allowed himself to rest his mind on question of ‘why’. Why is she sitting like this? Why does he rest his head in a certain way while talking? For every drawing an initial ‘why’ is posed. As Nume subsequently enters the phase of creating, his conscious mind lets go of the question and allows his hands and the material to enter a different way of thinking about the topic. “The hands become the brain”, as the artist describes this stage of the process and drawing becomes a subconscious act in which the conscious mind often catches
the subconscious doing something that, at first sight, is far off the initial ‘why’. As such, the process is a meditative one.

Image: Emmie Nume, I am, 2021, Mixed Media on Paper, 125.5x110 cm

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We are beyond excited for Ethel Aanyu's (@ethelaanyu88) participation in @fnbartjoburg! The fair is hosted by @artsy from 28 October - 7 November 2021.

Link in Bio for more info.

Ethel Aanyu is a Ugandan photographer living and working in Kampala. Her creative process begins with a question that arises or that she intentionally calls to her mind. She describes that what we see in her work is similar to talking to oneself, mentally conversing, in various ways, sometimes in form of a heated dispute, other times as a gentle conversation. The negative and positive layers in the photographs each represent one of the conversing parties.

During the staging process the mind enters the emotion(s) that inspired the particular work. It becomes a performative action made up of recollection, introspection, staging and eventually editing the final image.

There is no final answer presented to the questions she asks. Rather, the artist is carving a space in which one doesn’t have to be one or the other – a space in-between within which one can find comfort and calmness amidst tension, ambiguity and hybridity. She dissects complex emotions in visual form, creating piercing and proud images that give a human face to intricate topics.


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