Johnson Zuze

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Johnson Zuze (born 1985) is a visual artist living and working in Harare, Zimbabwe. His work is based on creating startling forms from often cast away material found in his native Chitungwiza, highlighting aspects of a consumption based community and societal ironies that are the fabric of township life. He is represented by Delta Gallery.[1]

Johnson Zuze is the recipient of multiple awards and nominations and has exhibited extensively at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe.

Awards and prizes[edit]

(Source: KooVha Gallery).[1]

  • 2014: Young artist prize Heritage Exhibition National gallery
  • 2013: 1ST Prize in Sculpture No Limits, 1st Floor Gallery Harare
  • 2013: National Arts Merit Award Nominee
  • 20l2: 1st Place, Mixed Media Friendship through Sport Zimbabwe Olympic Committee
  • 2011: National Arts Merit Award Nominee
  • 2010: 3rd Prize Mixed Media FACET Exhibition. Gallery Delta Harare
  • 2010: 2nd Prize Kristen Davis Award
  • 2010: National Arts Merit Award Nominee
  • 2009: Special Mention Unity Exhibition. Gallery Delta Harare
  • 2009: 3rd Prize Mixed Media Walls, Gallery Delta Harare
  • 2008: Special prize Enriching Women Gallery Delta

Selected exhibitions[edit]

  • 2014: Umoji, Koovha Gallery, Harare
  • 2013: UNWTO: - Victoria Falls
  • 2013: Redefinitions IV: -: Gallery Delta Harare
  • 2013: No Limits: -: First Floor Gallery Harare
  • 2013: Artists in the Stream IV: -: Gallery Delta Harare
  • 2012: Friendship Through Sport: -: Zimbabwe Olympic Committee
  • 2012: Summer Exhibition: -: Gallery Delta
  • 2012: A Tale of two Cities: - National Gallery of Zimbabwe
  • 2012: The Contenders: - Gallery Delta
  • 2012: Family Tradition and Religion: - Gallery Delta
  • 2012: Zivakwawakabva: - Dzimbanhete
  • 2012: Artist in the Stream III: -: gallery Delta
  • 2011: Found Objects Clinic: - Gallery Delta
  • 2011: Freedom Revisited: -: Gallery Delta
  • 2011: Before The Dawn: - National Gallery, Mutare
  • 2011: Peace of Art: - Zimbabwe German Society
  • 2011: Small Works: - Domboramwari: Art Gallery Hre
  • 2011: Artist in Stream II: - Gallery Delta
  • 2010: Live and Direct: -: : National Gallery Harare
  • 2010: Artist in Stream I: -: Gallery Delta
  • 2009: Walls: - Gallery Delta
  • 2009: Women the Second Sex: - National Gallery Harare
  • 2009: Summer Exhibition: -: Gallery Delta Harare
  • 2009: F.A.C.T Zimbabwe White Gold: - National Gallery
  • 2008: Enriching Women: - Gallery Delta Harare

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Home". Koovha.com. 2015-02-25. Retrieved 2015-09-21.