Lwandiso Njara:  A Series of Thoughts #4

Lwandiso Njara: A Series of Thoughts #4

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Medium: pen, charcoal, and graphite on paper

Size: A3 size paper 

*Unframed

Lwandiso Njara (1987) was born in Libode, Eastern Cape. Njara holds a Bachelor's Degree (Fine Arts) from the Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria City.

 

Njara’s work is in various private and corporate collections including Private collections the Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC), Unisa, and the Eduardo Villa Museum collections.

 

Achievements:

2009 Runner-up at the PPC Young Sculptor Competition

2012 Merit Award winner at the PPC Young Sculptor Competition.

2012 Won first prize in the Thami Mnyele Fine Arts Awards

 

Selected Exhibitions:

2019 They Journeyed South, AFSACSA/ SAFFCA Foundation, France

2019 In My Book Of Transformation, Trent Art Gallery,  Pretoria

2017 Rethinking Kakotopia curated by Derek Zietsman at UJ Art Gallery

2017 Cape Town Art Fair with Lizamore & Associates

2017 35 Years: A Lizamore Perspective at Lizamore & Associates

2016 Altar, solo exhibition at the Association of Arts Pretoria

2016 African Equations, group exhibition at Lizamore & Associates

2014 Nirox Winter Sculpture Show, Nirox Sculpture Park, Maropeng

2013 Neo-Baroque, Fried Contemporary Gallery, Pretoria

2013 Multiple Identities with Gordon Froud, Trent Gallery, Pretoria

2013 Trans-Africa, Absa Art Gallery, Johannesburg.

2013 After the Rainbow Nation, Nirox Sculpture Park, and Nirox Projects, Johannesburg.

2013 Engage II World Art Day Exhibition – Pretoria Art Association, Pretoria

2012 Winners exhibition of the PPC Young Sculptor Competition at the Pretoria Art Association

2012 Pretoria Arts Association with Malose Pete

2012 Belling Art Gallery (group exhibition)

2011 Trent Art Gallery with Joel Tsepho Sebothoma

 

Commissions:

Absa Cape Epic 2014: bronze cast trophies

Collections

Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC) Offices, Sandton Johannesburg.

St. Lorient Fashion & Art gallery, Pretoria.

The President’s Bryntirion Estate, Pretoria.

Unisa Art Gallery, Pretoria.

Eduardo Villa Museum, The University of Pretoria, Pretoria.

Fried Contemporary Art Gallery, Pretoria.