Martha Kazungu

curator
     
Location: Hamburg
Nationality: Ugandan
Biography: Martha Kazungu is a writer and curator from Uganda. Based in Germany, Martha has served as curator for numerous exhibitions, mostly recently My Mother is Forgetting my Face in  Norway. She was co-curator with Katrin Peters-Klaphake of Life... MORE
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on Contemporary And (C&): Female Pioneers Theresa Musoke: A Lifetime Dedicated to Art in East Africa
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Mar 16, 2019
Among the Baganda who inhabit the Western shores of Lake Victoria, a popular saying goes: eliso lyomukulu, awaddugala wewalaba – in an elder’s eye, it is the dirty spots that see. It highlights the intensity of wisdom that one gains with the wealth of experience and passage of time. Theresa Musoke embodies this saying. She is one of the most outstanding and experienced female artists in Uganda today, despite a craggy career path. Read more on C& online magazine.

Theresa Musoke: A Lifetime Dedicated to Art in East Africa
Among the Baganda who inhabit the Western shores of Lake Victoria, a popular saying goes: eliso lyomukulu, awaddugala wewalaba – in an elder’s eye, it is the dirty spots that see. It highlights the intensity of wisdom that one gains with the...
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