Amos SupuniBorn in 1970 in Malawi

    Amos Supuni finished his secondary school in 1989 and joined a community self-help project for unemployed youths. Tapfuma Gutsa, whose studio was close by, came to assist with basic lessons and encouraged Supuni to persevere. In 1996, he was selected for the Chapungu Residence Program and spent two years at the park working on larger and harder stones, seeing a rapid development in his work. Supuni takes interest social issues and sees his work as “ a voice for the voiceless“, often tackling subjects such as poverty, street kids and desperation.

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