Fearless 2

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Year: 2021
Medium: Mixed Media on Contempary Newspaper
Size: 160 x 150cm
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“ Fearless 2” is an inspirational piece that speaks to circumstance, and the choices we make. Andrew Ntshabele, is a well-known artist in South Africa, whose work is worth investing in. Our awareness that the only constant is change as a worldview is obviously relevant today, as we see people recoil with a variety of responses to the turmoil created by the pandemic. The message on the contemporary newspaper in the background of Fearless 2, speaks of the imminent recovery in the wake of the pandemic. Despite these positive news reports, today, society finds itself tossed into the turmoil created by new variants. Ntshabele’s work is informed by current circumstances, but has a message of fortitude, resilience, and hope despite circumstances.

As Andrew Ntshabele moves steadily into the international market, his work will continue to gain in value and popularity.

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