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ART | Helen Sebidi’s long-lost treasures to exhibit in SA [Video]

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ART | Helen Sebidi’s long-lost treasures to exhibit in SA

Mmakgabo Mmapula Helen Sebidi is the first black recipient of the Standard Bank Young Artist prize back in 1989.

She emerged as a symbol of resilience and political awakening. In 1991, Mmakgabo’s journey took her to Sweden, however her works disappeared without a trace.

It is these very artworks which will be exhibited for the first time at the UJ gallery, having been recently discovered in Sweden.

Ntlo E Tsamayang (The Walking House) serves as a celebration of Indigenous Knowledge systems, confronting themes of self-positioning, power, responsibility, and healing.

The exhibition is currently on and runs until the 17th May 2024 at the UJ Art Gallery. This morning we’re joined by Mme Helen Sebidi and exhibition co-curator Gabriel Baard.

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