Lot 3475
Dumisani Subisi (African, 1962-2020), Untitled
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Mixed media on panel, matted and framed behind glass, signed "D. Sibisi" to corner, retains press release from 1994 exhibition at Natalie Knight Gallery.

Frame 11 x 11 in.

The Estate of the late Frank Daniels, Jr. and his wife Julia Jones Daniels, Raleigh, North Carolina. A portion of the sale proceeds will be donated to the North Carolina Museum of History Foundation

Dumisani Sibisi was born in Soweto, Johannesburg in 1962 and was of the Zulu Tribe, he passed away on the 31st of July 2020. He was educated in Soweto at Emaweni Lower Primary (1969 - 1972), Enkanyezini Higher Primary (1973 - 1975) and received his secondary education at Jabulani Technical High (1977 - 1083). He was taught by sculptor Sydney Kumalo, as well as by Ezrom Legae. Exhibiting since the age of 15, Sibisi has included his work in shows in Australia, Portugal, Canada and the United States.

Dumisani Sibisi was an artist shaped by the hopeful atmosphere following the 1994 democratic elections in South Africa. His collages and three-dimensional images are chiefly of the townships, which Sibisi paints only to record a particular reality of this particular time.

Good estate condition, not examined out of the frame.

*Buyers take note, pick up will be required and is only available offsite in Raleigh, North Carolina on April 1, April 3, April 4, and April 7 between 10am-3pm ET. See terms for more details.