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(Born in 1973, Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo. Lives and works in Cape Town, South Africa.)
Zemba Luzamba’s oil paintings depict mostly middle-class Africans and migrants engaged in religious ceremony’s, leisure activities, or in political scenarios. Luzamba is a contemporary realist, and his paintings are imbued with a sense of satire, mimicking post-colonial elites and political structures in Africa.
He has participated in numerous solo exhibitions worldwide and his work is housed in private collections across the globe, including in South Africa, Italy, and America. His works are among collections held with Nando’s Southern Africa collection.
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Turbare speaks to Touria El Glaoui, the founder of 1-54 Contemporary African Art fair, to hear how she's bringing art from Africa to an ever increasing international audience.
Initially driven by a market of local investors, art from African artists is now becoming hot property among international collectors. In this piece industry insiders share their predictions of how the market will grow, and how prospective buyers can engage the scene.