Richard Jack 2016-10-20T09:50:49+00:00

Project Description

Born in Harare, Zimbabwe in 1949 and 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 Tutor Technician – Sculpture. University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, Surrey.

National Gallery of Zimbabwe

National Gallery of Botswana

Royal Netherlands Embassy, Harare

University of the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK

1988-96 Danhiko School for the physically handicapped, Harare

1994 Goethe Institute, Harare.

1995 6th All Africa Games, National Sports Stadium, Harare – Mural in granite around base of cauldron (octagonal 12 x 1.5 metres).

1997 Prince Edward High School, Harare.

1998 Aage Damgaard, Herning, Denmark.

1999 Cuxhaven Schlossgarten, Germany.

2006 Millfield School, Street, UK.

Year Exhibition
1978 Walsh Marais Gallery, Durban – solo show.
1979 Trevor Coleman Gallery, Johannesburg – solo show.
1980 Durban Arts 80 – Outdoor sculpture.
Opened a Gallery called ‘Marico Moon’, Johannesburg.
1981 Market Gallery, Johannesburg – solo show. Gallery Delta – two man show.
1982 Gallery Delta – group show. Mall Gallery, London – group exhibition.
1983 Nedlaw Sculpture Exhibition – second prize. John Boyne Gallery, Harare – solo show.
1984 Barbican Centre, London – International Art Fair.
1986 ZAVACAD Anti-apartheid exhibition, Murewa. Gallery Delta – group show.
1988 1st Pachipamwe workshop and exhibition (NGZ).
1989 2nd Pachipamwe workshop and exhibition (NGZ). Gallery Delta – wood sculpture.
1990 Gallery Delta – two man show.
1991 4th Pachipamwe International workshop and exhibition (NGZ). Thappong International workshop and exhibition, Botswana. 4th Biennale, Havana, Cuba.
1992 National Gallery of Zimbabwe – solo show.
Sandro’s Gallery, Harare – two man show.
1993 Alva Aalto Museum, Jyvaskyla, Finland – ‘6th Graphica Creaativa’.
Gallery Delta – exhibition with Matti Wasskilampi from Finland.
1994 Gallery Delta Solo Show.
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.
1996 Alva Aalto Museum – ‘7th Graphica Creativa’.
Jyvaskyla, Finland.
Remisen Brande, Denmark – International Artists Workshop.
1997 Gallery Delta – solo show.
Royal Museum of Central Africa Tervuren, Belgium – ‘Legacies of Stone, Zimbabwe past and present’.
1998 Gallery Delta – graphics.
Contemporary sculpture of Zimbabwe Espace Artsenal, Paris.
Commissioned sculpture – Aage Damgaard, Herning, Denmark.
1999 Quenington Sculpture Trust – ‘Fresh Air 1999’.
Cuxhaven Art Centre – Artist in Residence.
Commission for Cuxhaven Schlossgarten.
Wawana Gallery, Maastricht.
Zimbabwe German Society workshop and exhibition (NGZ).
Annual Heritage Exhibition (NGZ), 1982-1999.
2000 Gallery Delta – Millennium exhibition.
Gallery Delta – Post Election Selection.
2001 Gallery Delta – ‘Thoughts’, solo show.
Quenington Sculpture Trust – ‘Fresh Air 2001’.
2002 Wawana Gallery, Maastricht – ‘Thoughts in Form’, solo show.
Gallery Delta, Harare – Group sculpture exhibition.
2003 October Gallery, London – ‘Africa Informs’, four contemporary African Artists.
Quenington Sculpture Trust – ‘Fresh Air 2003’.
Gallery 27, Cork Street, London – ‘Artists for Zimbabwe’.
2004 St’Art Fair, Strasbourg.
Gallerie d’Ames d’Afrique, Strasbourg.
2005 Alan Kluckow Gallery – ‘Juxtaposition’.
Quenington Sculpture Trust – ‘Fresh Air 2005’.
Musee des Arts Deniers, Paris – Group exhibition.
Surrey Open Studios, Farnham.
2007 Hockey Gallery – UCCA – ‘Technique’.
2008 Hockey Gallery – UCCA – ‘Technique’
The Lightbox, Woking.
2009 Hockey Gallery – UCA – ‘Technique’
Quenington Sculpture Trust – ‘Fresh Air 2009’