Madoda Fani

b.1975: Madoda grew up in Gugulethu township in Cape Town and discovered his love of clay as a fine art student at Sivuyile College. In 2000, his work was selected for the Salon Internationale de l’Artisanat de Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso. There he met the ceramicist Simon Masilo, who introduced him to smoke-firing, Jabu Nala, the daughter of legendary Zulu beer-pot maker Nesta Nala, taught him how to burnish clay and he learned smoke-firing techniques under the guidance of Nic Sithole. Recent exhibitions include iQweqwe Southern Guild Cape Town, South Africa and his work is included in Philadelphia Museum of Art, United States.

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Flotsam
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Jewel Lotus
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Urn 'Streifen'
Paper
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The Path Which Leads to the Center GR-202101, GR-202102, GR-202103
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Fractal Piece
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Striped Bucket I-II
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Units of Time
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Policast from 'Simultanea' series
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