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Mntambo_utvaldNandipha Mntambo

Born 1982, Swaziland
Lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa

News
ANDRÉHN-SCHIPTJENKO at ART BASEL, June 11-16, 2019

Andréhn-Schiptjenko at Art Basel, June 11-16 2019 We are delighted to welcome you to this year’s edition of Art Basel and hope to see you in Hall 2.1, Booth M19 where we will be exhibiting new works by a selection of gallery artists that bring together and reflect the diverse aesthetical, intellectual, political and also (Read more…)

NANDIPHA MNTAMBO [survey] at Brooklyn Academy of Music, May 24 – Jun 24, 2018

As a part of DanceAfrica Festival 2018, BAM Visual Art is pleased to present a survey of recent video work by South African artist Nandipha Mntambo. Viewed together, the featured pieces—Ukungenisa (2009), Paso Doble (2011), and The Island (2015)—underscore the artist’s interest in the relationship between life and death, power and fragility. Nandipha Mntambo works (Read more…)

SPRING 2018 at Andréhn-Schiptjenko

Spring 2018 FORTHCOMING EXHIBITIONS Santiago Mostyn The Warming Plateau February 22 – April 7 This spring, Santiago Mostyn will be doing his first solo-exhibition at Andréhn-Schiptjenko. In his work, Mostyn employs an intuitive creative process and points to a knowledge and history grounded in the body rather than the rational mind. In the midst of (Read more…)

ANDRÉHN-SCHIPTJENKO at Independent New York, March 8-11, 2018

Andréhn-Schiptjenko is delighted to announce their participation at Independent Art Fair, taking place at Spring Studios in New York. We look forward to welcoming you in our booth, focused on two distinctly different forms of abstraction in the work of José León Cerrillo and Nandipha Mntambo. José León Cerrillo (b. 1976, Mexico) explores the possibilities (Read more…)

NANDIPHA MNTAMBO [solo-exhibition] at Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, Cape Town, September 22, 2017 – January 27, 2018

Nandipha Mntambo’s solo exhibition, Material Value, presents artworks that span an entire career of using cow hide and the cultural, historical, and universal associations we attribute to this medium. The obsessive use of bovine by-products and the complex associations we attribute to cattle allows a multiplicity of readings of Mntambo’s work. The idiomatic and proverbial (Read more…)