Zimbabwe is highly famed for its gallant legacy of resilience stemming from the contentious and turbulent history largely framed in terms of strained race relations and contested narratives of being and belonging. Lost and Found: Expectations, Uncertainty,
Excitement and Hope Exhibition provides a platform for Zimbabwean artists to reflect and interrogate the social and economic fabric in the country in light of its most recent political transition.
Zimbabwean people in the last two decades lost their hope and expectations. Their uncertainty and excitement that manifested on the 18th of November 2017 marked a turning point and became a perfect time to reflect and interrogate what being Zimbabwean truly means. Therefore, this experience led to the conceptualization of the Lost and Found: Expectations, Uncertainty, Excitement and Hope Exhibition.
The 18th of November 2017 has given hope to many Zimbabweans both at home and abroad. The Lost and Found: Expectations, Uncertainty, Excitement and Hope Exhibition seeks to reaffirm the position of the artist as the primary storyteller, using different media and in this exhibition their voices are heard. Such images confront the traumas that have beset