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impala-gallery-organizing-tinga-tinga-exhibitionsContact Daniel Augusta who teams up with galleries, NGO and other organisations to organize exhibitions of Tinga Tinga paintings. He provides the neccessary know-how to ensure that the event reflects the right cultural values of the local community. He also assists with arrangements here in Tanzania, such as translations, image material, transportations etc.

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Exhibitions and Events

18 September - 31 October| China Tinga Tinga China

Time/Date: 9am-5pm, 2nd April (Tuesday)- 7th April(Sunday), 2013
Venue: Keyuan Museum (Ke Garden Art Museum)
Address: No. 25, Daqiao Dong Road, Dongguan City
Tel: 0769-2223600
Organizers: Keyuan Museum & International School of Dongguan

The International School of Dongguan (ISD) is teaming up with Keyuan Museum in Dongguan to organize a spectacularly colorful and vibrant art exhibition in early April. Artworks of the Mzuguno sons are on display in the Keyuan Museum featuring Tingatinga, a colorful visual art style originated in East Africa.

Pascal Bogaert, an IB Diploma art examiner, Zanzibar gallery owner and promoter of African art will be visiting ISD from April 1-5 and bringing over 70 paintings of the famous Tingatinga style of art.

There will also be another informative exhibition lecture and viewing on April 3 at school at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Bogaert will be working with ISD students and faculty in teaching this unique art form and exposing us to a whole new world.

Source:Dongguan Today Editor:Tan Jing

3 June - 20 December | Germany

Dear friends of Tingatinga, from June to December 2013 we’ll present a new Tingatinga exhibition in Munich, boasting freshly ordered paintings from Tanzania. Don’t miss it! Open: Monday-Thursday 10:00 – 15:00 (and on demand) Official Opening on July 11, 16:00 Address: ASZ Harlaching, Rotbuchenstr.32, 81547 München Tel.: 0049-(0)89.69.90.660

organized by Chris

4 - 30 April | Czech Republic

AFRIKA VZDÁLENÁ I BLÍZKA

Datum konání: 04.04.2013 - 30.04.2013

OSTRAVA: AHOL GALLERY na náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrad v Ostravě – Vítkovicích pořádá ve spolupráci s občanským sdružením Bez mámy ve dnech 4. – 30. 4. 2013 pod názvem Afrika vzdálená i blízká unikátní výstavu afrického umění.

Tinga Tinga je malířský styl pocházející z jižní Tanzanie – původně zde tyto malby zdobily stěny chýší. Díky stoupajícímu evropskému zájmu (obrazy byly draženy i v renomované aukční síni Sotheby´s) je místní umělci už malují na plátno, ale zachováno zůstalo základní téma i jeho ztvárnění – hluboké propojení člověka s přírodou, elegantní jednoduchost tvarů a výrazná, pro Evropana až exotická barevnost. Na obrazech se objevují i výjevy z tradičních afrických pohádek, které řada malířů sbírá jako součást národního dědictví.


Zakladatelem stylu je Edward Saidi Tingatinga (1937 – 1972), pocházející z etnika Makua, který se inspiroval malbami, jež vídal ve vesnicích jižní Tanzanii. V současnosti již ve stylu Tinga Tinga tvoří více než stovka malířů, jejichž práce vznikají buď přímo na ulicích Dar es Salaamu, nebo ve společné budově Morogoro Stores, spravované sdružením „Tingatinga Arts Cooperative Society“ (TACS).


Občanské sdružení Bez mámy, které výstavu iniciovalo, vzniklo v roce 2006. Působí v Tanzanii a specializuje se na pomoc sirotkům, kterým zajišťuje ubytování, zdravotní péči a vzdělání. Proto i tato výstava je prodejní a její výtěžek poputuje na dostavbu sirotčince v Mahangu.


Součástí vernisáže, která proběhne 4. 4. 2013 v 16 hod. v AHOL GALLERY, bude i prezentace humanitární činnosti sdružení a hudební vystoupení kapely The Lights of Reims.

Source: Mistni Umeni, Článek vložil Ludmila Kučerová dne: 2. Duben 2013 - 10:31

April | Sweden

Tingatinga – färgstarka målningar från Tanzania

Fyra utställningar i Stockholmsområdet i april

Många barn känner igen motiven och figurerna på Tingatinga-målningarna från barnprogrammet Tinga Tinga Sagor som sänds i Barnkanalen. Men Tingatinga är först och främst en konstform skapad av den tanzaniske konstnären Edward Saidi Tingatinga i slutet av 1960-talet, när han började målade djurmotiv med cykellack på masonitskivor.

Utställningen arrangeras av Marianne Nilsson Wallin i samarbete med Svenska kyrkan och Sensus. Marianne har känt och behållit kontakten med Tingatinga-måleriet sedan starten och är nu representant för Tingatinga Arts Cooperative Society (TACS) i Sverige. Marianne har tidigare arrangerat flera utställningar i Sverige med Tingatinga-målningar.

Abdallah Chilamboni, TACS ordförande från 2011 till 2013, kommer nu till Sverige och ska hålla flera workshops i samband med utställningarna i Ed, Spånga, Danderyd och Åkersberga. Han är född i Tundura district. Efter att han var klar med skolan i Nakapanyo kom han till Dar es Salaam 1988, där han först arbetade som mekaniker men efter ett år kom han till TACS, där hans farbror Saidi Chilamboni blev hans lärare. Abdallah har tidigare varit representerad på utställningar i Tanzania, Belgien, Frankrike, Tyskland och Sverige.

Vernissage
3/4 13.00 – 17.00 Ed
5/4 15.00 – 19.00 Spånga församlingshus
7/4 12.00 – 16.00 Danderyd
7/4 16.00 - 19.00 Åkersberga

För mer information: Marianne Nilsson Wallin 0736 484 932, 011- 39 18 22 or
Danderyds församling växel: 08-568 957 00 www.danderydsforsamling.se
Eds församling växel: 08-588 918 50 www.svenskakyrkan.se/edsforsamling
Spånga-Kista församling växel: 08-505 990 00 www.svenskakyrkan.se/spanga-kista
Österåker-Östra ryds församling växel: 08-540 845 00 www.osterakerostraryd.se

2 March - 14 April | Denmark

ThorupART - Tingatinga from Craft to Art

Tingatinga - from Craft to Art not only presents a modern African painting style, but also challenges the boundary between craft and art and between 'airport art' and genuine talent.

In the late 1960s an impoverished Tanzanian man realised that tourists and local ex-pats liked buying souvenirs from their trip to bring back home, and so he started producing paintings of animals to sell. His name was Edward Saidi Tingatinga, and at the time he did not know that this would be the beginnings of a unique African paining style, which has come to bear his name, and which continues to this day.

The exhibition in Portalen showcases the cheeky, humorous and colourful contemporary Tingatinga paintings that move between colorful kitsch and captivating art.

E. S. Tingatinga painted simple designs of African animals, birds on the savannah or situations from village life. Pragmatically, he used the materials at hand; enamel paint on hard board - creating his own distinctive expression of naive, colourful designs with glossy surface.

E. S. Tingatinga died from a stray bullet in 1972, but the unique painting style has been maintained and developed over the past forty years. The new generation of Tingatinga artists continued to paint with enamel paints, but have swapped hard board for canvas and added new, bold, colourful and humorous designs and detailed compositions.

Tingatinga - from Craft to Art not only presents a modern African painting style, but also challenges the boundary between tourist art and genuine talent. The Tingatinga style and the contemporary Tingatinga painters challenge the notion of art as a unique piece of work. Here paintings are mass-produced, copied, re-engineered to provide livelihoods for hundreds of painters and still the artistic level prevails. In other words the Tingatinga style challenges the common view of what constitutes quality art and the boundary between craft and art.

The first Tingatinga exhibition in Denmark took place in 1974 at the National Museum in Copenhagen. In 2010 thorupART organized a retrospective exhibition containting both original paintings by E. S. Tingatinga as well new Tingatinga paintings. It took place in the Round Tower in Copenhagen. The exhibition was accompanied by an exhibition catalogue of 120 pages, which was later published as the hardback Tingatinga: Kitsch or Quality. Bicycle enamel on board and canvas.

Many paintings as well as the book will be on sale at Portalen. The book is also available from our online shop.

The exhibition is a collaboration with the Art Association Køge Bugt.

Private view: Saturday 2nd March at 2pm

Portalen Greve Teater & Musikhus, Portalen 1, 2670 Greve, Denmark

9 - 24 February | Italy

si-OPERE.jpgPatronized By the City Hall of Naples, Italy
IL RAMO D’ORO
Center for art and culture
Via Omodeo, 124,80128 Napoli, Italy
tel 0815792526 e-mail: fyesbm@tin.it
9-24/2/2013
"It 's another story"
Naive art in the collection of " Il Ramo d’Oro "

Artworks by:
Durga Bai, Mwamedi Chiwaya, , Barbara Colmenares,  José Dudamel, Tomas Flores, Vidalia Gonzalez, Setyo Mardiyantoro, Collen Maswangany,  Mohamed Mpochogo, Saidi Nakoko, , Saidi Omary, Rita Ragni, Bhajiu Shyam Edgar Vegas, Gabriel Garcia Volcàn, Mustapha Yusufu
Catalog at the following link:  http://issuu.com/ilramodoro/docs/__tutta_un_altra_storia
Opening with performance by Annamaria Di Stefano Irene and the New Year 9/2/2013 at 18
Workshop of aesthetic self-consciousness directed by Franco Lista and Vincenzo Montella  22/2/2013 at 18
The exhibition is open every day but on Thursday from 4 to 8 pm up to 24/02/2013
The second date of the "Seminar of aesthetic self-consciousness" refers to folk artists who, with thair art, describe everyday life or memorable events in a cheerful and lively way.

18 September - 31 October| China Tinga Tinga China

20 Tanzania artists two “Tinga Tinga painting” in the capital Dar Es Salaam. will be show in “Tinga Tinga” art exhibition in September in China Tianjin with the remaining 100 pieces of “Tinga Tinga painting”.

Two 20 artists From Tanzania “Tinga Tinga” association are divided into two groups for the creation, which lasted two days respectively, created 5 meters long, 4 meters wide of the lacquer painting, works demonstrate the Tanzanian people work, life and entertainment scene, as well as the harmony between man and nature.

According to the “Tinga Tinga” Art Association, responsible for the creation of the two painting, the artists has their good points. Thus the two pictures, can represent the “Tinga Tinga” style. As a result of the two painting is the largest Tinga Tinga painting by far, they will start to declare the Guinness book of world records.

26 April - 10 June | Italy

Tinga Tinga ItalyLA LEGNA E I FALÒ
quando i tingatinga insegnano a prendersi cura delle foreste
dal 26 aprile al 10 giugno Cortile del Museo delle Scienze, via Calepina 14 - Trento “LA LEGNA E I FALÒ, QUANDO I TINGATINGA INSEGNANO A PRENDERSI CURA DELLE FORESTE” è un percorso didattico sulla deforestazione e le sue conseguenze composto da quindici tele realizzate con tecnica Tingatinga. La mostra, al Museo delle Scienze dal 26 aprile al 10 giugno, è stata ideata e curata dall’associazione Nadir Onlus e realizzata con il Museo delle Scienze di Trento nell’ambito del progetto co-finanziato dalla Provincia Autonoma di Trento, Assessorato alla Solidarietà Internazionale e alla Convivenza: “Realizzazione di un centro sociale multifunzionale e di un programma per l’introduzione di tecnologie alternative per la produzione di legno combustibile ed il risparmio energetico nella città di Ifakara – Tanzania”.

31 May - 3 Juni | Switzerland


Tingatinga in der Schlosserei
Rheingasse 33, Basel
Vernissage Donnerstag, 31. Mai 18 Uhr

14 April - 20 May | Sweden

Nu visar ABF-salongen Tingatinga-konst på ABF i Märsta. Stora som små är varmt välkomna att komma och titta på färgstarka vackra tavlor från Tanzania. Under vernissagen får alla barn som vill måla sina egna Tingatingatavlor. Mer information på: ABF

10 May - 1 September| USA

East African Encounters:
Contemporary Art from Kenya & Tanzania

Exhibition dates:  Thursday, May 10 through Saturday, September 1, 2012
Reception: Second Thursday, May 10th, 6 to 9pm

Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday, 12 - 6:00 pm.
Location: Indigo Arts Gallery, Crane Arts Bldg., 1400 North American St., #104, Philadelphia PA 19122  215-765-1041
 
           Indigo Arts presents an introduction to the vibrant contemporary art scene in Kenya and Tanzania.  Kenyan artists include Kamau “Cartoon” Joseph, Dickson Kaloki, Shade Kamau, John Kamicha, Kevin Kariuki, Patrick Kayako, Kivuthi Mbuno, James Mbuthia, Yassir Ali Mohammed & Sane Wadu.  Tanzanian artists include the late George Thairu & George Lilanga & the finest “Tinga Tinga” painters - Omary Amonde, Mohamed Charinda, Jafari Mimus, Said Mkumba and Sayuki Matindiko.

27 April - 6 May| Japan

"Tinga Tinga Exhibition 2012" at Galerie Paris. The exhibition is attended by Abassy Mbuka who will stay in Japan until June.

Tingatinga art, founded by Edward Saidi Tingatinga, is a style of painting that originated in the suburbs of Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania in the late 1960s. This exhibition showcases works by younger practitioners of the style 40 years after the death of its founder.

7 - 28 January | Switzerland

Reading from the book: How the animals got their colours. (illustrated by Agnes Mpata and Issa Thabiti), Galerie Monfregola, Riehen. More info on www.tingatinga.ch.

21 October - 30 November | Belgium

Out of Tanzania, Galerie Lumères d’AfriqueOut of Tanzania

Contemporay paintings and sculptures at Galerie Lumères d’Afrique

Voir en ligne: Lumières d’Afrique

You are invited to the Exhibition Opening : Friday 21/10 18.00h - 22.00h ,Exhibition : 21/10 - 30/11/2011, Mon - Wed by appointment / Thur - Sun 14.00h - 20.00h Selected artists :Haji Chilonga, Salum Kambi, Constantin Kiswanga, George Lilanga, Henrick Lilanga, David Mzuguno, Vinta Malaba, Dastani Nyedi.

8 December | Germany

Der wunderbare Baum – Eine Geschichte aus Tansania
Kinderkino
Do 08.12., 17:00 Uhr

Ort: W3 - Werkstatt für internationale Kultur und Politik e.V.
Nernstweg 32-34, 22765 Hamburg

Eintritt frei , Spende erwünscht
Der Boden ist vertrocknet und der Hunger zieht ins Land – doch da gibt es den Baum mit den wunderbaren Früchten. Aber wie kommen die Tiere bloß an die Früchte heran? Die großen Tiere denken, nur sie selbst können das herausfinden…

12 - 26 November | Japan

Royal Park Hotel TokyoAbdul MkuraThe Tinga Tinga painters are frequent visitors to Japan. Only this year more than 7 painters from TACS were present at various exhibitions in Japan. And today (30 October) Mr.Abdul Mkura headed again to airport - it will be his visit number 10 to Japan. Mr. Abdul Mkura has even published a "solo" book about his paintings in Japanese language so he is well known there. I called him when he was in taxi to airport to learn more about the exhbition. If I undrestood well then the director of Royal Park Hotel in Tokyo invited him, the exhibition will be at the hotel. This Tokyo hotel is in the Nihonbashi neighborhood, adjacent to the Tokyo City Air Terminal. Mr. Abdul Mkura will stay in Japan for one month. Good Luck Mr.Mkura!

21 October - 11 November | Japan

http://sky.ap.teacup.com/applet/africafe/msgcate24/archive (WHAT DOES IT MEAN?)

Read about the exhibition in Kiswahili

5 October - 31 December | Switzerland

Ab sofort sind im Kreiskrankenhaus Lörrach Kunstwerke der Tingatinga-Malerei aus Tansania zu sehen. Christopher Schneider stellt diese farbenprächtigen Bilder bis Ende Dezember im Wartebereich der Röntgenabteilung aus. Ende der 1960er Jahre entwickelte der Autodidakt Edward Saidi Tingatinga die nach ihm benannte Kunstform in Dar es Salaam. Tingatinga Ausstellung im Kreiskrankenhaus Loerrach, Spitalstrasse 25, Loerrach, Germany. From Oct. 5 to Dec. 31.

August - October | Czech Republic

Umbrella of Stories. Exhibition of 3 tales illustrated by Charinda, Nangida, Kilaka and Peter Martin. Venue: Klenova Castle near Klatovy town See more photos (Jiri Strasek, Vaclav Vojta)

September | Tanzania

Exhibition and launching of Tinga Tinga book!

24 September - 10 October | Italy

Sala cannoniera della Fortezza Girifalco mostra "Tingatinga", arte africana contemporanea.Inaugurazione sabato 24 settembre alle ore 17.00. La mostra è un prodotto del Centro di documentazione Tamburo Parlante (Montone, PG) con la collaborazione di: Comune di Cortona, Comune di Montone, associazione culturale Gotama.Orario: tutti i giorni 10-19 Ingresso libero

 

3-28 September Sweden

www.justafrica.se

3 - 30 June| Japan

Tanzania Ambassador in Japan - Mrs. Salome Sijaona

Tinga Tinga in Tokyo on two places. First it will be at Sinjuku Kinokuniya between 3-12 June and then at Kinokuniya Shinjuku South Store between 15 - 30 June. The event is sponsored by Japanese Embassy in Tanzania. Photo: The Tanzania Ambassador to Japan Mrs. Salome Sijaona - Middle) www.kinokuniya.co.jp

 

 

May | Sweden

Tinga Tinga in Alingsås in Art Don, ABB company.

May -August | Holland

Tinga Tinga menu at 3 Stones Kenyan Restaurant in Hague! See www.3stones.info

24 - 25 April | UK

An exhibition of Tinga Tinga art will be held at West Midland Safari Park over the Easter weekend.

8 - 30 June | Switzerland

Tingatinga an Afropfingsten 2011,Winterthur Ausstellung im Kulturzentrum Alte Kaserne
Vernissage Mittwoch, 8. Juni 19 Uhr

5 May - 31 May | Denmark

Tingatinga billeder og nyt fra Kirsten & Erling Qvist i Tanzania.
De viser billeder og fortæller nyt om deres liv i Tanzania, hvor de har levet siden 2002. Samtidig åbner udstillingen af Tingatinga billeder malet af Kimambo. Udstillingen kan ses frem til den 31. maj.
Tilmelding nedenfor eller på biblioteket fra den 11. april. Torsdag den 5. maj; Kl. 19 på Bov Bibliotek, Fri entré

April | Australia

Feauturing Tinga Tinga paintings from Tanzania and Shona stone sculptures From Zimbabwe. Now also available during the exhibition Tinga Tinga tales, colourful childrens' books inspired by traditional animal stories from Africa. Source: http://www.sanaaafrika.com.au

16 May - 15 June 2011| Poland

MALARSTWA TINGATINGA Na wystawie można obejrzeć obrazy artystów z Tanzanii ze zbiorów Państwowego Muzeum Etnograficznego w Warszawie. Wystawę można zobaczyć w Muzeum Regionalnym przy ulicy Błazińskiej 1 w Iłży

4 - 29 April 2011| Belgium

TRIBUTE TO MZUGUNO. Vernissage 06 April 17h00; La Galleria, 41 rue de la Loi, 1000 Bruxelles. Please note access to the David Mzuguno Tribute opening on 6th April, or visit of the exhibition, is reserved to European Commission Members or Staff. Please send your name and email if you wish to request an access badge to see the show before 31st March to : info@lumieresdafrique.eu http://www.lumieresdafrique.eu

18 March - 18 April | Uganda

THE SONS OF THE MASTER is the title of the contemporary visual arts exhibition at the International School of Uganda (Entebbe Rd). The official opening of the exhibition is on March 18th 2011 at 6pm. The exhibition pays respect to Tingatinga painter DAVID MZUGUNO, who passed away last year. His four children, Rashid, Juma, Kipara and Mchana Mzuguno, have inherited their father’s talent, and it is now their biggest exhibition so far.

29 March - 30 April| UK

Art out of Africa - Tingatinga Paintings Peepul Centre, Orchardson Avenue, Leicester. LE4 6DP , Tel: 0116 261 6000, As seen on Cbeebies Tingatinga Stories, these art works present a personal style based on Swahili and Arabic traditions illustrating colourful animals. For more information visit: www.artoutofafrica.co.uk.

5 December - 28 February | Germany

Pictures and drawings by a Tanzanian artist. John Kilaka will be present to open this exhibition! www.ijb.de

11 November - 30 January | Finland

Mikkeli Museum. Tinga Tinga Tales - Exhibition in Art Museum in Mikelle in Finland. 3 Artists present African Tales - Mohamed Charinda - Tales about Shimoje, John Kilaka and Peter Martin - Tales about Vubi. Nangida Masawe - Rabbits and Tortoise

9 October - 9 December | India

Works of contemporary artists from Tanzania and Kenya put together by renowned artist Muzu Sulemanji who traces his roots back to India. There are some artworks that show the influence of the Tingatinga movement.Gurgaon

28 October - 20 November | Germany

Tinga Tinga: Zentrum · Von Donnerstag, 28. Oktober, bis Samstag, 20. November findet in der Kunstbehandlung.KG, Müllerstraße 40, die Gruppenausstellung »Metamorphosen« statt. Eine Verwandlung der Form oder des Zustandes in Zoologie, Botanik oder auch in der Geologie bezeichnet man als »Metamorphose«. Die Vernissage findet am Donnerstag, 28. Oktober, ab 20 Uhr statt. Öffnungszeiten der Ausstellung sind Montag, Dienstag, Donnerstag und Freitag jeweils von 12 bis 14 und 16 bis 20 Uhr und samstags 11 bis 20 Uhr sowie nach Aushang und Vereinbarung, mittwochs ist geschlossen. http://www.wochenanzeiger.de

29 October | Germany

John Kilaka: Lesefest Seiteneinsteiger: Frische Fische, 29.10.2010, 10:00 Uhr, Stephanie Mülder präsentiert die musikalische Lesung: "Frische Fische" nach einer Geschichte von John Kilaka., Der Eintritt ist frei., Veranstaltungsort: Bücherhalle Elbvororte: Sülldorfer Kirchenweg 1a, 22587 Hamburg, http://buecherhallen.de

1 September - 31 October | Germany

Tinga Tinga paintings displayed at Missionskreis St. Paul Frau Lisa Vratz Flensburger Zeile 3 d 47829 Krefeld Tel. 02151 / 470 376 h.e.vratz@t-online.de, www.medeor.de

18 October - 21 November

A small Tinga Tinga exhibiton at Cajovna v Siti in Prague at masarykova street in Prague. It will be opened in connection with Lukas Synek´s speech about Malawi. See more info on the flyer at the left menu

23-26 September | Sweden

Meet John Kilaka when he is talking about his books. Göteborg Book Fair

30 July - 15 September | Italy

Il Ramo d´oro, Naples. Vincenzo Montella introduces us to all african exhibition. Works by Mpochogo, Nakoko and other artists are included.

 

8-18 July | Germany

The painter Kondo Ally Kabongo displays his paintings which are used in his book Simba. The paintings are ispired by Tinga Tinga art and are shown at Hoffman Theater - Bamberg.

August | Belgium

African Sumer 2010. A group show and selection of fine artworks from East African artists. From Tanzania two artists are featured: Dastani Nyedi and George Lilanga. Galerie Lumières d'Afrique

3-6 August | Germany

Eine Ausstellung mit Tinga-Tinga-Bildern aus Tanzania und Werken der Licher Künstlerin Heike Bender ist bis zum 16. August im Foyer des Rathauses zu sehen. http://www.giessener-anzeiger.de

24 July - 31 Augusti | Japan

ティンガティンガ・アートは、動物や風景、人々などが色鮮やかにのびのびと描かれたアフリカを代表する現代アート。1960年代末からタンザニアのダルエスサラーム郊外で誕生した絵画スタイルです。「ティンガティンガ」という名称は、創始者の名前Edward Saidi Tingatinga(1937~1972)に由来しています。 http://www.rokkosan.com

1 July - 31 August | Czech Republic

Výstava obrazů unikátního malířského stylu jižní Tanzánie. Motivy obrazů vycházejí především z africké přírody a pouta člověka s přírodou. http://www.hradsvihov.cz

18 June - 25 Augusti | Slovakia

Come to try the taste of Africa at the opening of the exhibition of African art Tinga tinga on 18. 06. 2010 at 18.00 in Bojnice wine house. We look forward to welcoming you. (notice: Paintings by A.Hasani will be presented)

3 July - 27 August | London

The opening and preview will be on Friday 2nd July 2010 and a speaker from the Tanzanian High Commission and a speaker from The British Museum will attend. Guest will inlcude the Tanzanian Trade Centre, Tanzania UK Community, and various organisation and interested parties alike.

3 July - 27 August | Denmark

Tingatinga: Kitsch or Quality
http://rundetaarn.dk/presserum/10tingatingaeng.htm
http://www.thorupart.com

3 July | Hungary

Tinga Tinga 2010

21 July | Germany

Der Würzburger Weltladen lädt am 22. Juli zu einer Vernissage zur neuen Tingatinga-Malerei aus Tansania ein. http://www.tvtouring.de