The Contemporary Fine Art Gallery Eton: Artist Biography - THE LATE HENRY MUNYARADZI

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THE LATE HENRY MUNYARADZI

HENRY MUNYARADZI (Shona) Born 1931, Guruve, Zimbabwe Exhibitions 1968 New African Art The Central African Workshop School -69 Organised by the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Toured American Cities. 1968 Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg. 1968 Outdoor Exhibition at Tengenenge, for the architects of the Carlton Centre, Johannesburg. 1968 Exhibition of Rhodesian Sculpture. Organised by the - 69 Rhodes National Gallery. Toured South African Cities. 1969 Tengenenge Gallery. At Meikles till 1972. 1969 Lidchi Art Gallery, Johannesburg. 1969 Rand Easter Show, Johannesburg. 1969 Barclays Bank, First Street, Harare. 1969 Contemporary African Arts, Camden Art Centre, London. 1969 Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg. 1969 Twelve Years of Rhodesian Talent, Rhodes National Gallery, Harare. 1969 Pretoria Art Museum, Giorgis Trust Exhibition. 1970 Gallery Two, Bulawayo. 1970 Inaugural Exhibition, Bulawayo Art Gallery. 1970 Museum of Malawi, Blantyre. Tengenenge Exhibition. 1970 Centre of Culture, Beira, Mozambique. 1970 Gallery 101, Johannesburg. 1970 Dorpstraat Gallery, Cape Town. 1970 Union Of Jewish Woman, Travel Centre, Third St., Harare. 1970 Sculptures Contemporaines de Vukutu. Musee dArt, Moderne de Ia Ville de Paris. 1971 Sculpture Contemporaine des Dhona dAfrique, Musee Rodin, Paris. 1971 S.A. Association of Arts Gallery, Pretoria. 1971 Gallery 101, Johannesburg. 1971 Artists Gallery, Cape Town. 1972 Tara Art Centre, Harare. 1972 S.A. Airline Office, Fifth Street, New York. 1972 Old Ned Bank Building, Church Square, Pretoria. 1972 Tengenenge African Sculpture, Stuttafords, Durban. 1972 Barclay Square, Pretoria. 1972 Galerie Helliggyst, 36 Valkendorfsgade, Copenhagen. 1972 Standard Bank, John Boyne House, Harare. 1972 Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA. 1975 The Shona Phenomenon, S.A. Association of Arts, Johannesburg. 1975 One-Man Exhibition, Tengenenge Gallery, Park Street, Harare. 1975 Herengracht Hotel, Cape Town. 1975 Harare Show Grounds, Harare. 1975 The Shona Phenomenon, S.A. Association Of Arts Gallery, Durban. 1976 Collectors Gallery, Rosebank, Johannesburg. 1976 Rand Easter Show, Johannesburg. 1977 Gallery Sonnenhof, Rapperswil, Zurich. 1977 Rand Easter Show, Johannesburg. 1978 N.S.A. Gallery, Durban. 1978 Tengenenge Gallery, Victory House, Johannesburg. 1979 Kunst Aus Africa, Berlin. Staatlichen Kunsthalle went to Bremen and Stockholm. Awards and Distinctions Winner Nedlaw Sculpture Exhibition. Zimbabwe Government honours Henry and three other Sculptors by using their work in an issue of Commonwealth Day Commemorative Stamps. President Robert Mugabe bestows on Henry Munyaradzi, Thomas Mukorobgwa, Nicholas Mukomberanwa and John Takawira, special awards for their outstanding contributions to the sculptural movement.

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