Catinca Tabacaru Gallery opened on the Lower East Side of Manhattan in May 2014. Representing 14 artists from 5 continents, the gallery gravitates towards art that impacts the individual and society. It supports authenticity and conscientiousness, championing work that celebrates the deepening of voices. In August 2017, the gallery built and opened its second location outside the city centre in Harare, Zimbabwe, in partnership with Dzimbanhete Arts and Culture Interactions. Coined CTG Harare, the gallery exclusively presents two-artist exhibitions and organises an annual artist residency, setting Zimbabwe-based and international artists in conversation. Catinca Tabacaru New York | Harare expands past its walls with the CTG Collective, creating dialogue and collaboration with artists embedded in different cultures. CTG Collective created CTG (R), a traveling artist residency with instalments in Zimbabwe (2015-17), Canada (2016) and Serbia (2018). The CTG Collective is now evolving in parallel to the gallery’s program and has mounted projects internationally.
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