Sthenjwa Luthuli



About

Born in Bothas Hill, KwaZulu-Natal, Sthenjwa Luthuli (b. 1991) is a South African artist working primarily in hand-carved, painted wooden reliefs and woodcut prints.

In 2012, Luthuli was nominated to participate in the Velobala mentorship program hosted by the African art Centre at the Durban University of Technology. Significant projects include a mural in the Concordia Tunnel in Bremen, Germany. In 2017 he was  placed runner up in the Sasol New Signature Awards Competition. His work forms part of private and public collections, such the Leiterin der stadtischen Galerie in Bremen, Germany and the National Art Bank at Oliewenhuis Museum in Bloemfontein, South Africa. His work has been exhibited widely at national Art Fairs such as Investec Cape town Art Fair,  FNB Art Joburg, and Latitudes and Turbine Art Fair in Johannesburg, South Africa. Most recently his work was included on the group show, The Medium is the Message, Unit gallery London in 2020 

Selected Upcoming Exhibitions

2020 Inkaba Yami - WHATIFTHEWORLD, Cape Town

Selected Group Exhibitions

The Medium Is The Message, Unit Gallery, London
2018 Forward Forward, Stellenbosch University Museum, Stellenbosch
2017 Sasol New Signatures, Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria
Ukushintsha Isigcawu, Woordfees Festival, Stellenbosch
Members Exhibition, KZNSA Gallery, Durban
2015  New Printmakers, SA Print Gallery, Cape Town 
Emerging, Design Indaba Simulcast, Cape Town 
Izimpande, KZNSA Gallery, Durban 

Permanent Collections

National Art Bank, Public Collection
Sasol, Public Collection
University of Pretoria, Public Collection
FNB, Public Collection
Nandos, Public Collection
Metropolitan, Private  Collection
Phansi Museum, Private  Collection