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Catinca Tabacaru Gallery
Strada Mexic 1 (parter-camera 3)

Catinca Tabacaru Gallery was founded in 2014 in New York City, where it became internationally recognized for the represented artists, coming from five continents, and a traveling residency program, with exhibitions in Zimbabwe, Canada, Serbia, Nigeria, Finland and, most recently, in Romania. In 2020, Tăbăcaru moved the gallery's headquarters from New York to Bucharest, considering that, at this moment, it is important for the gallery's activity to take place in a city where the art scene is in full swing. The gallery has a project space in Harare, Zimbabwe, active since 2015; and also functions as a platform for multidisciplinary projects, with a focus on performative practices.

Our haunting fear of wolves begets the shepherds' feast

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Tip eveniment
DESCHIS si la NAG
Perioada Expozitie
09.10.2021 - 09.11.2021

''Our fear of wolves begets the shephards' feast" is a duo exhibition by Admire Kamudzengerere and Troy Makaza. A conversation between two Zimbabwean artists belonging to very different generations, both of which have many expectations of the other: what they should have done; and what they should be doing. The works directly and indirectly address the political, economic, and social issues of Zimbabwe today, a country that shares many of the issues faced by post-communist Romania; but also of the status of each artist living as an artist and a citizen within today's global context.