madlozi contemporary art gallery
Madlozi Contemporary Art is rooted in the richly diverse cultural identities that makes Africa, her history, and presence so vital to the development and evolving identity of the international art world. The gallery strives to consciously serve as a platform that enables and reflects the diverse cultural, racial, and gender identities of our artists, collaborators, and connected communities respectfully and inclusively. Madlozi Contemporary Art represents an exciting array of talented visual artists, performers, moving image, and digital artists that place contemporary Africa and its history and culture squarely at the centre of critical discourse and new directions in the art world internationally. The work and ideas of our premiere established and emerging artists across disciplines address important socio-cultural, economic, humanitarian and creative themes and movements, and as a leading cultural producer Madlozi Contemporary Art produces engaging programming related to our art exhibitions and events that is engaging and interactive for audiences across cultures. We believe in the power of access to art and culture as central to enabling visibility and instilling pride and dignity for us to celebrate our shared humanity through art. Our annual exhibitions calendar addresses critical socio-cultural, political, environmental and humanitarian themes in society and engage with insight leaders and exceptional artist collaborators globally. The gallery team is a diverse and skilled group of committed individuals who stay ahead of new directions and confidently support artist and connects collectors to the quality artworks and artists they love.
Madlozi Contemporary Art gallery invites you to connect with and explore our artists, programming and events as a collaborator invested in celebrating excellence from the African continent, worldwide. We look forward to connecting with your ideas and passion for visual art and culture, and thank you for your ongoing and generous support of our artists and our work on the African continent, and globally.
Rosebank Parks, Oxford Road, Johannesburg
Hours: 09:00 - 18:00