Admire Kamudzengerere interrogates contemporary political economic and societal issues, often concerning cultural identity and social hierarchies. His paintings, prints, videos and installations are vehicles through which he makes these realities tangible, and function as a mirror that we look into to get a deeper understanding of human behaviour. His works form a chessboard on which he positions the present in relation to repeating histories and mythologies.
Completed A level, Hatfield High Harare
Atelier Gallery Delta, Helen Lieros Atelier lessons
Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten/ Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
Fellowhips and stipends
Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken - ICE
Hivos Foundation, Artist Mediation and Travel Support
The Fifth Column solo exhibition grants from Culture fund Zimbabwe
Islamic International Festival of Art, Gogan, IR
Color Africa, Munich, DE
Contemporary Art from Zimbabwe, Copenhagen, DK
Modern Art Of Zimbabwe, the Korean Foundation cultural Centre, KR
Zimbabwean Contemporary Arts, Dakar, SG
Between a line, Exhibition Avignon University, FR
Unleashed 3 Man Exhibition, Gallery Delta, Harare, ZW
Harare International festival of Arts National Gallery, Harare, ZW
Variations in the game, Gallery Delta, Harare, ZW, solo
THE FIFTH COLUMN, National Gallery, Harare, ZW, solo
Rembrandt An African response, Gallery Delta, Harare, ZW
Don Quixote, An African perspective, Gallery Delta, Harare, ZW
Seven Contemporary Young Artist, Gallery Delta, Harare, ZW
Young Artist exhibition, Gallery Delta, Harare
Paper Making workshop, Mapepa, Gallery Delta, Harare, ZW
Artist against HIV and Aids WORKSHOP, Harare, ZW
Casting workshop Dzimbanhete Harare, ZW
Second prize paintings- The land competition sponsored by Sygenta
Second prize print on Berlin walls competition and exhibition sponsored by the Germany embassy in Zimbabwe
Second prize in drawing for francophone week competition and Exhibition titled LETS GET TOGETHER.
First prize in drawing prints and graphics for Zimbabwean post election- Sponsored by the Swiss embassy.
First prize for Don Quixote 400TH YEARS best African perspective in painting, awarded by the Spanish embassy.
Third prize painting for Rembrandt 400th Years an African response, awarded by the Dutch embassy.
Commissioned by The Culture Fund Trust, Zimbabwe for Mural Painting
Commissioned by Zimbabwe Investment House for 6 paintings for the 6 Principals of Zimbabwe
Commissioned environmental mural at the British council in Zimbabwe.
Print selected as postage stamp for Zimbabwe
Commissioned by the Netherlands ambassador to Zimbabwe H.E Dr Hans Heinsbroek