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Sunday, July 31, 2022


(Work by Andile Maphumulo)

Woza Moya is hosting an exhibition of the work of Andile Maphumulo who works with acrylic on cardboard and canvas.

Maphumulo is a contemporary artist, a member of Amasosha art movement, which is a collective of Durban artists. His work is inspired by the arrangement of the object inside the rooms of black communities in the post-Apartheid era. He says the objects we use in our daily life speak a lot about who we are and our progression in the materials we choose to live with.

The absence of human figures in his paintings are defined by the choice of materials that occupies the rooms. His paintings have a surreal quiet, almost menacing, inside the rooms but the chaos of daily life can be observed through an open window.

Woza Moya is the economic empowerment project of the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust.

Andile Maphumulo’s exhibition runs until August 31, 2022. Shop opening times: Weekdays 09h00 – 16h00; Saturdays 09h00 – 14h00

Woza Moya Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust is situated at 26 Old Main Road in Hillcrest. For more information visit the Facebook page or phone 031 765 5866

Woza Moya is a member of 1000 Hills Community Tourism Organisation