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4 years ago
I have been following George for a number of years now. I have also purchased 3 pieces of his art. I simply love the passion he puts into everything he does. He uses vibrant and bold colours that reflect the beauty and heartbeat of Africa. His work is diverse and it seems there is no challenge too difficult for him to take on board. I follow him with happy expectations and am never disappointed. Well worth investigating not this brilliant man's talent.
- Monica W
4 years ago
George is talented artist with a unique technique of using different media using items such as toothbrushes, pallet knives and even his hands to get the desired textured and looks. He is always joyful and always trying out new things and trying to expand his views. He's a cool guy
4 years ago
George is one of the most accomplished artists to come out of Africa .. I have been proud to have sold and bought some of his amazing work ,, he has such an amazing style which I have watched mature over the last few years years to the place it now is .. George is such a humble and seriously talented artist , and should be very proud of his place ,in the art the world . His work is vibrant and thoughtful with a depth to it that leaves me feeling blessed to now the artist and to be able to own some of his work ..thank you George and keep up the work .. I feel your place in art history is now set ..
- Lisa P

about me

George Masarira
Visual Artist

Born on the 9th of May 1990, George Masarira is a Zimbabwean Interdisciplinary Visual Artist Based in Bulawayo.  

George graduated from Mzilikazi Art and craft centre in 2010, with a certificate in Fine Art. He currently occupies a studio space at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo. 

His artistic transition evolved as he finds himself enclosed in a contemporary spectrum which influences and inspires most of his  works. He is mainly inspired by contemporary unfolding around his , encompassing, politics, economic, religion, environment, and anything that involves cosmopolitan philosophy surrounding him. He is a provocative  artist and believes on art that sparkes dialogues. 

George participated in some major Exhibitions and workshops  locally, regionally and internationally, such as 
(1) 2018 Lost and Found at National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Harare, 
(2) 2015 Zimbabwe, Denmark Cultural Art  Dialogue at National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo,
(3)2020 he exhibited at Art Harare Art-Fair,
(4)In 2019 he did a solo exhibition at MMARTHOUSE in South African,
(5)2019 he showed his work at Latitude Art - Fair South  Africa. 

In 2019 he was part of an open studio workshop with Penny Siopis. He got an award as the Best Visual Artist in two dimensional in 2019 and was  shortlisted as a finalist at EPI emerging painting invitational Prize in 2020. Currently he has a show running in Canada, titled Vibes, Proverbs & Dead Metaphors at the Art Space 263, and is also preparing for another exhibitions.

Artist Statement 

His artistic transition evolved as he found himself enclosed in a contemporary spectrum which influences and inspires most of his works. He is mainly inspired by contemporary unfolding around him , It encompasses  politics, economic , religious environment and anything that involves cosmopolitan philosophy surrounding him ; He is a provocative artist that believes on art that sparks dialogue.

The approach of his work is a philosophical one , that uses a variety of simple objects that people can relate to; such as keys , playing cards, newspapers, and any other objects he wishes to use; these objects are given symbolism. Using these objects he creates a narrative that can fit to the concept of every story that he is addressing. Every concept that he develops is a researched interactive subject that evoke dialogues. For instance newspapers document our day to day lives thus using them in his work is more like sharing our own stories as the society with the world at large; in turn creating art works that preserve history. As a painter George likes to introduce these objects to find a narrative that blends with the body of his work . 

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