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Shepherd Ndudzo's celebrated sculptures tell an untold history of southern African art

By Barnabas Ticha Muvhuti, PhD in Art History, Rhodes University
The work of award-winning Zimbabwe-born sculptor Shepherd Ndudzo is instantly recognisable. Fluid, elongated black bodies and body parts flow from white rock in a typical work. The bodies are dancing or praying, holding hands or reaching out.

These figurative sculptures, carved out of stone (marble and granite) and wood (ironwood), were recently shown along with his abstract wooden sculptures (titled Seed) at the FNB…The Conversation

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