MOSI O TUNYA

"The Smoke That Thunders"

Located in Holland Park, London, the Mosi O Tunya Gallery showcases bold and colourful works by artists from Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mozambique and South Africa.

AN ART GALLERY

WITH A PURPOSE

A SPACE TO

EXHIBIT

Founded by the Wulfsohn family, the Gallery’s purpose is to exhibit, champion and benefit artists from across Africa.

The smoke that thunders” is the African tribal name for the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River, the boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe from where most of the permanent collection comes and where the Wulfsohn family lived.

As well as exhibiting pieces from the Wulfsohn Collection, the Gallery also works with African gallerists to present the work of emerging African artists to a London audience.

CURRENT EXHIBITION

The Wulfsohn Collection of pan-African Art

Selected works by artists from Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mozambique and South Africa

Many of the Zimbabwe artists were trained under the auspices of the National Gallery of Zimbabwe. Others from Zambia were supported by the Lechwe Trust founded by Cynthia Zukas.

By appointment only.

Artists

George Churu     Hilary Kashiri     Never Kayowa     Fasoni Sibanda     Ishmael Wilfred     Richard Witikani     Mischek Gudo     Shepherd Mahufe     Tackson Muvezwa     Thomas Mukarobwa     Goshta Barankinya     Luis Meque     Justine Gope     William Miko     Stephen Kappata     Godfrey Setti     Henry Tayali     Regi Bardavid     Kagiso Pat Mautloa     Selwyn Samuel Pekeur

ISHMAEL WILFRED

Untitled

1997

Oil on canvas

108cm x 108cm

MISCHEK GUDO

Untitled

1995

Oil on canvas

82cm x 90cm

RICHARD WITIKANI

Untitled

Possibly 1996

Signed

Paper

109cm x 82cm

THOMAS MUKAROBWA

Untitled

Year Unknown

Signed

Oil on canvas

115cm x 115cm

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