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Tabita Rezaire on various international shows, and in residence

Tabita Rezaire’s film Peaceful Warrior shows on the International Women’s Film Festival at the Centre de Cultura Contemporania Barcelona in the programme Feminist Film Manifestos II from 10 to 12 November 2016. Her work appears also on Technology Now: Blackness on the Internet at London’s ICA on 16 November and on Videonomad at Njelele Art Station, Harare, Zimbabwe from 13 to 15 October 2016. Rezaire will join EMARE (European Media Artist in Residence Exchange), at Imapkt, Utretch, in the Netherlands from October to December 2016.

NTU at Berlin Biennale

The collective CUSS Group exhibits on the Berlin Biennale from 4 June to 18 September 2016. Included is another Johannesburg-based collective NTU which includes Goodman Gallery artists Tabita Rezaire and Nolan Oswald Dennis. The work by CUSS responds to commercial, cultural, and technological super-hybridity in contemporary South Africa and beyond. Signposted as “Triomf Factory Shop,” their installation appears to be a store filled with products for sale: including a fragrance, a beer, and LCD monitors broadcasting a TV channel, all of which are commissioned works by other South African artists. 

  • PEACEFUL WARRIOR

    SORRY FOR REAL

    AFRO CYBER RESISTANCE

    COMB THROUGH

    SAME SEX BIZ

  • Solo exhibitions

    Tabita Rezaire / Exotic Trade / 2017

    Group exhibitions

    In Context: Africans in America (at Goodman Gallery and Johannesburg Art Gallery)

    New Revolutions: Goodman Gallery at 50

    Young, Gifted and Black / Curated by Hank Willis Thomas / 2015

    Post African Futures / Curated by Tegan Bristow / 2015

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