Faces of Mankind An exhibition of paintings, graphics, sculptures and 3-dimensional objects by various artists, with live masked performance by Admire Kamudzengerere.
An exhibition of paintings and graphics by Wallen Mapondera. To be opened by His Excellency, Mr. Luciano Lavizzari Ambassador of Switzerland to Zimbabwe on Friday 23rd May, 2014 at 5.30.p.m. Previewing from noon on the same day.
An exhibition of paintings by Luis Meque (10.04.1966 – 21.03.1998). Painter of the Nineties.To be opened by Mr. Ulrich Mueller, Director of Co-operation of the Swiss Embassy on Tuesday, 15th April, 2014 at 5.30 p.m Previewing from noon the same day.
The pleasure of your company is requested at an exhibition of landscape paintings by multiple artists. Opening on Tuesday, 11th March, 2014 at 5.30 pm Previewing from noon the same day. Exhibition duration until early April.
The pleasure of your company is requested at the inaugural launch in Zimbabwe of the book Moçambique Mosaic: The Material Culture of Moçambique by Henrik Ellert with opening by Mr Patrick Mavros on Friday, 21st February, 2014 at 5.30pm.
The Annual Young Artist's Exhibition with Paintings, Graphics, and Multi-Media Sculptures by 33 young, aspiring and maturing artists. To be opened by His Excellency, Mr Ulrich Klöckner, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Republic of Zimbabwe on Thursday, 6th February 2014 at 5.30p.m, Previewing from noon the same day. Exhibition duration until early March. Sponsored by the Embassy of Germany
A home Kumaraini (Warren Park), Harare connected via Skype to a home in Detroit, USA instigating exchanges between artists, musicians, djs and writers from both locations 13288 kilometers apart giving birth to the exhibit "kumusha". The two homes acting as informal consulates were dubbed the Zimbabwe Cultural Centre of Detroit, and a the house in Harare as the Detroit Cultural Centre of Zimbabwe.
Designing Hope (Dessine l'Espoir) is a French based NGO. Since 2003, Designing Hope runs awareness campaigns and community project for people affected by HIV and AIDS, mainly in Southern Africa. I Love You Positive or Negative In 2005, Design Hope launched the campaign message: "I Love You Positive or Negative". This message of love and respect, aims at at fighting stigma and discrimination that people living with HIV/AIDS can experience, in their family, workplace and community context of daily life. This message has been spread through national networks, as well as in rural communities through outreach programs, open-air theatre plays and screenings, and support groups animations. Artists4Life More than 120 international artists have brought their contribution to this campaign, emphasizing the universal need for love and support, regardless of HIV status. Artworks have been exhibited in galleries in Africa and Europe, and visuals, associated with awareness messages, have been used in many ways, printed on posters, and on millions of condom packs, distributed in 6 countries. Exhibition at Gallery Delta In collaboration with the National AIDS Council (NAC) and the Zimbabwe National Family Planning Council (ZNFPC), Designing Hope has launched a project on HIV prevention for young people in Zimbabwe. As part of this project, the participation of Zimbabwean artists was called upon through a competition organized with the support of Gallery Delta, and 10 artists were selected: Munyaradzi Mugorosa, Mercy Moyo, Archibald Tsvetu, Victor Nyakauru, Clive Mukucha, Munyaradzi Mazarire, Franklyn Dzingai, Isheanesu Dondo, Gareth Nyandoro and Anusa Salanje.
Paintings, Graphics and Ceramics including works by Arthur Azevedo, Berry Bickle, Tafadzwa Gwetai, Masimba Hwati, James Jali, Wallen Mapondera, Kufa Makwavarara, Crispen Matekenya, Misheck Masamvu, Munyaradzi Mazarire, Munyaradzi Mugorosa, Gareth Nyandoro, Matthias Nyaungwa, Daryl Nero, Thakor Patel, Kate Raath, Cosmas Shiridzinomwa, Greg Shaw, Freddy Tauro, Richard Witikani & Marjorie Wallace on Friday, 13th December, 2013 at 5. 30 p.m. Previewing from noon the same day.
A select collection of contemporary paintings, graphics, ceramics and traditional artifacts by multiple artists on Tuesday, 17th September, 2013 at 5.30.p.m. Previewing from noon the same day, exhibition runs until early October.