Ronald Muchatuta

  • , Ronald Muchatuta Portrait
  • , What Doesn't Glitter III, 2022
    Mixed media on canvas
    160 x 150 x 5 cm
    63 x 59 1/2 x 2 in
  • , What Doesn't Glitter I, 2022
    Mixed media on canvas
    150 x 100 x 5 cm
    59 1/2 x 39 1/2 x 2 in
  • , EndSARS, 2022
    Mixed media on canvas
    165 x 135 x 2.5 cm
    65 x 53 1/2 x 1 in
  • , Scroll VIII, 2022
    Mixed media on canvas
    101 x 43 x 4 cm
    40 x 17 x 1 1/2 in
  • , Scroll IX, 2022
    Mixed media on canvas
    110 x 42 x 4 cm
    43 1/2 x 16 1/2 x 1 1/2 in
  • , Black Stream I, 2022
    Relief sculpture, mosaic, wax and drawing
    30 x 40 cm
    12 x 16 in
  • , Black Stream II, 2022
    Mosaic, relief sculpture, wax and drawing
    30 x 40 cm
    12 x 16 in
  • , Black Stream III, 2022
    Mosaic, relief sculpture, wax and drawing
    30 x 40 cm
    12 x 16 in

"Through Art we find meaning, purpose and definition. Above all we find worthy Vibration to the pulse of life”

In the last twenty years, Ronald Muchatuta has emerged as a fiery, passionate and undaunted visual artist who is determined to use his platform as a means of change and discourse in our contemporary context. Hailing from Zimbabwe, Ronald explores potentially Zimbabwe’s largest social issue: the Diaspora. Through his work, Ronald examines the effect of leaving one’s homeland physically, spiritually and psychologically.

For Ronald, art is a means of communication and connection: an inherently social and political dialogue that is engaged by the creator and the viewer. Art gives important context to our individual and collective lives. His work is fraught and harrowing – like a people’s collective nervous breakdown translated onto a canvas. These foreboding themes come from Ronald’s own context: a Zimbabwean, his dialogues revolve around the contemporary issues facing the people of Southern Africa – migration, identity politics, post-colonialism and discrimination.

Ronald's artworks grace numerous private, public and corporate collections including The Spier collection, Hollard, Board members of the Museum of Modern Art (New York), Nandos – fine art collection, US Senate offices and others based in Africa and abroad. He has participated in numerous exhibitions in Africa and internationally including the Stellenbosch Triennale and is often invited to participate in dialogues around issues of pertinence to art and Africa. 


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