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Banele Khoza was born in Swaziland in 1994 and is now a full-time artist living in South Africa. His work often deals with homoerotic desire, the search for love, and the questioning of traditional gender identities. He holds a BTech in Fine Arts from Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria.
Banele Khoza has exhibited widely. His solo exhibitions include Temporary Feelings at the Pretoria Art Museum (2016); Lonely Nights at Lizamore Gallery(2017) and LOVE? at Smith Studio in Cape Town (2018). Khoza also headlined the solo exhibition titled LGBTQI+: Banele Khoza as part of the Curatorial Lab at Zeitz MOCAA (2018). In 2018 he curated A Letter to my 22-Year-Old Self, a group show presented to launch his fundraising activities which will give grants to art students dealing with economic hardship at SA universities. He has also been awarded the M&G 200 Young South Africans.
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