Zim-born artist, David Chinyama to have Joint exhibition with Curtia Wright, titled “Converging Passages”| January 31- February 15 | Toronto
Canada-based Zimbabwean award-winning visual artist, David Chinyama, is set to have a joint exhibition with Canadian artist of Jamaican origin Curtia Wright, titled “Converging Passages”, which will run from January 31 to February 15 at Gallery 918 Bathurst, Toronto.
It will be Chinyama’sThe exhibition which is in celebration of Black History Month is a visual art exhibit of history, migration and the experience of David Chinyama and CurtiaWright who are part of the African and diaspora. Their work for this exhibition is center around different time frames of colonization and each personal story shapes a passage that redefines profounds aspects of their identities, beliefs, and relevance towards their cultural traditions and takes them on a journey of self-searching.
David Chinyama is an award-winning Zimbabwean born multi-disciplinary Artist based in Toronto, Canada, whose work is inspired by form, movement, and color. His work explores subject matters often centered on aspects of identity, political, socio-economic and religious connotations.
The 42-year-old painter is a 2018 RBC Arts Access Award recipient and this will be his first major exhibition since moving to Toronto in 2017.