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Nicholas Hlobo

Ii-isobar nemimoya ngeyeKhala, 2010

Wool and ribbon on canvas
location
Kyiv, Venice
Nicholas Hlobo
South African, b. 1975
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One of South Africa’s leading artists, Nicholas Hlobo creates large sculptural structures and works …

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One of South Africa’s leading artists, Nicholas Hlobo creates large sculptural structures and works on paper that explore ethnicity, masculinity, and sexual identity. Primarily constructed with ribbon and rubber detritus, Hlobo’s works depict phalluses, ovarian spaces, and other bodily references and sexual innuendos. …

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Nicholas Hlobo
South African, b. 1975
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One of South Africa’s leading artists, Nicholas Hlobo creates large sculptural structures and works …

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One of South Africa’s leading artists, Nicholas Hlobo creates large sculptural structures and works on paper that explore ethnicity, masculinity, and sexual identity. Primarily constructed with ribbon and rubber detritus, Hlobo’s works depict phalluses, ovarian spaces, and other bodily references and sexual innuendos. …

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Nicholas Hlobo

Ii-isobar nemimoya ngeyeKhala, 2010

Wool and ribbon on canvas
location
Kyiv, Venice
Other works from The Exhibition of 21 shortlisted artists for the Future Generation Art Prize 2010 at the PinchukArtCentre
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