Black Milk

Mncedi Madolo
South Africa

€4.535,41

Collage, Mixed Media on Canvas

Size: 116 W x 159 H cm / 47 W x 63 H in

Ships in a tube 

About The Artwork

"IiNgqwayi: African Spiritual Figures and Mythological Project" is a narrative exploration of African spiritual figures within a mythological framework, serving as metaphors for contemporary life. Drawing from African spirituality, customs, and culture, the project aims to connect to universality and globalization. Set in an undefined metaphysical space of discovery, the characters embark on a spiritual journey of introspection, questioning the state of human existence in the 21st century. With unlimited power as metaphysical elements, they undertake an assignment to evolve, pledging not to repeat past behaviors or innovations.

Originally created: 2022
Subject: African Culture
Material: Canvas
Medium: Spray paint, paper, acrylic paint, ink, 24k gold leaf and instant coffee
Styles: Pop Art

Details & Dimensions

Collage: Spray paint, paper, acrylic paint, ink and instant coffee on Canvas
Original: One-of-a-kind Artwork
Size: 116 W x 159 H cm
Frame: Not Framed
Ready to Hang: Not applicable
Packaging: Ships in a tube

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Delivery Cost: Shipping is included.

Handling: Ships in a tube. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Afrikanizm Art’s packaging guidelines.

Ships From: South Africa

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"IiNgqwayi: African Spiritual Figures and Mythological Project" is a narrative exploration of African spiritual figures within a mythological framework, serving as metaphors for contemporary life.

Mncedi Madolo

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Mncedi Madolo

Drawing on distinctive South African motifs and tropes, Madolo seeks to communicate with audiences who inherently understand the cultural context he depicts. Through his art, he navigates the complexities of identity, politics, and society, inviting viewers to contemplate and engage with the multifaceted narratives of contemporary South Africa.

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