Usha

Usha Seejarim is fascinated by the mundane and the ordinary where domestic and found materials make a distinct appearance in her work. She has had more than seven solo exhibitions and is perhaps most known for her public art having completed a number of commissions including the Freedom Charter in Kliptown, ‘Pin Code’ for MTN, the façade of the SA Chancery in Addis Ababa, the ‘Why Men’ in Sandton and a seeded portrait for Nelson Madela’s funeral.

Seejarim has a deep commitment to social development. With a background in art education at grass roots level and a propensity for scale through public art, Usha brings these together to create large scaled participatory and community based public art projects.

Work by Artist
Philosophy of habit
Philosophy of habit
Male guilt
Male guilt
The illusion of ambitions
The illusion of ambitions
An unlikely state of peace
An unlikely state of peace

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