LUCINDA MUDGE

 

Biography

Lucinda Mudge is a contemporary South African artist working primarily in the medium of ceramics.

After graduating from the Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town (1997-2000), she spent the following years between Cape Town and the UK before moving to Keurboomstrand, Plettenberg Bay, where she now lives and works.

Exhibitions:

Recent solo shows include:

Kill You Eat You, Circa gallery, Johannesburg.

Take What You Want, Knysna Fine Art, Knysna (2015);

Lasers in the Jungle, The Gallery at Grande Provence, Franschoek, (2014); and The White Tiger and Other Stories, Knysna Fine Art, Knysna (2013).

Lucinda’s work was recently exhibited at the Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain, as part of the exhibition Making Africa (2015).

Lucinda Mudge has work in major corporate and private collections nationally and internationally, including the United Kingdom, Australia, Guernsey, the Netherlands, Italy and Russia.

Her work is included in the following publications: Making Africa - A Continent of Contemporary Design, (2015); and The Bauhaus: #itsalldesign, published by Vitra Design Museum, edited by Mateo Kries, Jolanthe Kugler (2015).