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Nesbet Mukomberanwa

BORN:
1969 in Buhera, central Zimbabwe

LIVES:
Zimbabwe

PARENTS:
He began to study sculpture with his uncle Nicholas Mukomberanwa, one of the most famous and internationally respected artists of the Shona sculpture movement.

EARLY LIFE:
By 1989, Nesbert had gained enough experience to begin working alone. He left his apprenticeship and worked from home in the town of Chitungwiza. There he worked for nearly a decade, developing a distinctive style and gaining international recognition. Later, Nesbert relocated to the tranquillity of the countryside, where he is finally free to concentrate fully on his art.

CAREER: Mukomberanwa currently serves as a teacher, providing a "Village Gallery" for young local sculptors to exhibit their work.

MEDIUMS USED IN WORK:
stone

SUBJECTS OF WORK:
figurative

EXHIBITIONS: • Reece Galleries (USA) with Henry Munyaradzi and Nicholas Mukomberanwa amongst others (2005) • ‘Form versus Content’, Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, Windhoek, Namibia (2004) • Group exhibition and solo workshop in Memphis, USA (organised by Matombo Gallery, Harare) (2002, 2003)
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