Michaelis Alumni, Nobukho Nqaba, is taking part in Regeneration3 which is soon to be exhibited at the Museo Amparo in Mexico.

  • 19/06/16 – 18/09/16

Michaelis Alumni, Nobukho Nqaba, is taking part in Regeneration3 which iswhich is currently in London as part of the Format festival, and was previously exhibited at Regeneration 3 in Museo Amparo in Mexico. Other exciting news is that Nqaba is taking part in Making & Unmaking, curated by Duro Olowu, in London together with some prominent names in the art world.

Bringing together over sixty international artists working in diverse media, this exhibition places antique West African textiles and Bauhaus tapestries amongst contemporary works and new commissions. Individually, the works address themes that include portraiture as well as representations of beauty, gender, sexuality, innocence and the body. Collectively, their coming together reveals a common thread that Olowu describes as a ‘process of personal ritual experienced by artists in creating their work’.

Artists include: Caroline Achaintre, Marina Adams, Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Anni Albers, Tasha Amini, Hurvin Anderson, Polly Apfelbaum, Tony Armstrong Jones, Walead Beshty, Alighiero Boetti, Grace Wales Bonner, Louise Bourgeois, Carol Bove, Lisa Brice, James Brown, Zoe Buckman, Claude Cahun, Lygia Clark, Céline Condorelli, Tommaso Corvi-Mora, Alexandre da Cunha, Andreas Eriksson, Meredith Frampton, Anya Gallaccio, Hassan Hajjaj, Chie Hammons, Sheila Hicks, Donna Huddlestone, Diane Itter, Isaac Julien, Neil Kenlock, Peter McDonald, Rodney McMillian, Eric Mack, Hamidou Maiga, Brice Marden, Ari Marcopoulos, Wardell Milan, Mrinalini Mukherjee, Wangechi Mutu, Alice Neel, Nobukho Nqaba, Chris Ofili, Horace Ové, Irving Penn, Tal R, Michael Roberts, Ibrahim El-Salahi, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Malick Sidibe, Lorna Simpson, Daniel Sinsel, Christiana Soulou, Dorothea Tanning, Henry Taylor, Bill Traylor, Francis Upritchard, Al Vandenberg, Brent Wadden, Rebecca Ward, Kehinde Wiley, Stanley Whitney, Masaaki Yamada, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye


This exhibition is generously supported by the Duro Olowu Exhibition Circle. To find out how to join the Exhibition Circle please contact our Head of Development, Neil Debnam:neil.debnam@camdenartscentre.org

Original article – http://www.camdenartscentre.org/whats-on/view/olowu#9