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Vengai Chiwawa

BORN:
1975

LIVES:
Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe

PARENTS:
Father: Edward Chiwawa, who is a respected first generation Shona sculptor.

EARLY LIFE:
Vengai started carving sculptures when he was 7 and referred to himself as a professional artist by 15.

CAREER:
Vengai has exhibited in numerous exhibitions at The National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe, he also held workshops in Germany in 1999, and has since returned to Europe many times.

MEDIUMS USED IN WORK:
Shona Stone

SUBJECTS OF WORK:
Vengai explores philosophical themes about the stages of life, and the importance of creating memories. He is deeply influenced by women, because he believes they have such an important role in society, yet he believes more needs to be done to improve their lives and hopes he can help achieve this through his work.

EXHIBITIONS:
The National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe


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