Rudzani Nemasetoni | CV

Rudzani Nemasetoni

b. 1962, Soweto, South Africa

1995 Master of Fine Arts, Painting, Hunter College, New York, NY
1990 Bachelors of Fine Arts, Painting, Hunter College, New York, NY
1985 Painting and Drawing, Johannesburg Art Foundation, Johannesburg, RSA

1996. Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
1995. The Studio Museum in Harlem, Artist-in-Residence Fellowship
1994. The Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Fellowship
1985. African Arts Fund, Inc. Fellowship

2002. Rudzani Nemasetoni, Resnick Gallery, Long Island University, Brooklyn, New York City

2001. All Access, Cross Path Culture, New York City
2000. Passages: Contemporary Art in Transition, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL
2000. Translation / Seduction / Displacement, White Box Gallery, New York, NY
1999. Passages: Contemporary Art in Transition, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY
1999. Selected Works from the Permanent Collection, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY
1999. Claiming Art / Reclaiming Space: Post Apartheid Art from South Africa, National Museum for African Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC.
1999. Big City Bound: New York City Book Artists, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota
1999. Present Continuos, Nathan Cummings Foundation, New York, NY
1997. Straight No Chaser, Puffin Room exhibition space, New York, NY
1997. Trial by Water, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1997. A Passion for Possession, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA
1996. Bazaar, Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Gallery, New York, NY
1995. Torn Landscape: Urban Testaments, William Wright Gallery, New York, NY
1995. Artists-in-Residence, 1994-95: The Fire Next Time, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY
1995. Photography in Printmaking, Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Gallery, New York, NY
1994. Inspiration and Innovation in American Printmaking, Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba, New York, NY
1994. Contemporary African Art from the Skoto Collection, Bronx River Art Center Gallery, Bronx, NY
1994. The Robert Blackburn Legacy: Printmaking Workshop at Forty-five, Newark Public Library, Newark, NJ
1994. 1994 Pacific States Biennial Print Exhibition, University of Hawaii at Hilo, Hawaii, HI
1994. New Realities, Staib Gallery, New York, NY
1993. Contemporary Art in Africa, Skoto Gallery, New York, NY

1999-00. New York City Board of Education, JHS. 265, Brooklyn, NY. Taught art and computer technology
1999. The Brooklyn Arts Council, JHS 265, Brooklyn, NY. Taught 7th and 8th grade students art in an after school program
1998. Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Community Outreach Program, P.S. 53, Brooklyn, NY. Taught 4th grade students printmaking 
1996. The Adult School of Montclair, Montclair, NJ. Taught continuing education students printmaking
1995-6. Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, NY. Taught a photo etching class, as a Community Outreach instructor
Taught 3rd and 4th grade mono print classes at United Community Center in Brooklyn, NY, and at Lab 2000 Beacon Program in Bronx NY
1995. The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY
While artist in residence, taught a printmaking class and gave talks on my work to diverse groups of students and visitors touring the museum

2002. Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY campus
2001. Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
2000. Maine College of Art, Portland, ME
1999. Sarah Lawrence College, Yonkers, NY
1999. National Museum for African Art, Smithsonian Institution,Washington, DC
1986. New York University, New York, NY

National Museum for African Art, Washington, DC (Smithsonian Institution)
The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY

2001. Passages: Contemporary Art in Transition, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY
2000. Translation / Seduction / Displacement, John Peffer and Lauri Firstenberg Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

2000. Translation / Seduction / Displacement, Horace Brockington in: NY Arts, January
2000. Rites of passage, Franklin Sirmans in: Time Out. New York, January 6 – 13
1999. Rudzani Nemasetoni, Lauri Firstenberg in: Flash Art, October
1999. Arising from Apartheid, Jo Ann Lewis in: Washington Post, June 22
1999. Art of Hardship and Healing in South Africa, Michael O’Sullivan in: Washington Post. July 16
1997. Review, Robert M. Murdock in: Brooklyn Bridge, December 1
1997. New Art Exhibit Looks At the Immigrant Experience in: Brooklyn Heights Courier, November 10
1996. At the Galleries, Karen Wilkins in: Partisan Review, Volume LXIII Number 1
1995. The Fire Next Time: Artists-in-Residence, 1994-95, Holland Cotter in: The New York Times: Art in Review, August
1995. Artists-in-Residence 1994-95, Daniel Veneciano, in: The Studio Museum in Harlem: Gallery Guide
1995. Artists in Residence, Geoffrey Jacques in: NKA Journal of Contemporary African Art, Fall/Winter
1994. New Realities, Carl Haziewood in: Cover, October
1986. Portrait of a South African Artist, B.J. Kowalski in: The Hunter Envoy, April 21
1986. Reaching Across Race Barrier, Samuel G. Freedman, The New York Times, August