Tapfuma Gutsa

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Tapfuma Gutsa is a Zimbabwean sculptor, born in Harare in 1956. Some of his works are in the Permanent Collection in the National Gallery. In 1982, he won a British Council scholarship to the London Art College, where he gained a diploma. In 2007, Gutsa was given a commission by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He is a cousin to Dominic Benhura.

Further Reading

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tapfuma_Gutsa
  2. Tabex, Encyclopedia Zimbabwe (Katherine Sayce Ed, Quest Publishing Harare, 1987).