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The African Queen

catch a dose of Lynnie Zulu's Jungle Fever...

The African Queen

The African queen of jazzy graphics, whose ties with Tanzania strongly influence her work, will show her latest offerings at the London pop-up gallery Something in the Attic...

One can almost taste the flavours, feel the heat, hear the pulsating beat of the exotic climes from which Lynnie Zulu‘s art takes it’s inspiration – Jungle Fever is a collection rich in tribal imagery, fruit and flowers, bold colours and shapes frame emerging faces with their enigmatic expressions, some laconic, some energetic. The African queen of jazzy graphics, whose ties with Tanzania strongly influence her work, will show her latest offerings at the London pop-up gallery Something in the Attic, accompanied by a live soundtrack especially programmed by DJ Nick Hadfield for the two-day event.

The Afrobeat and calypso sounds of Hadfield will join Zulu’s collection at Bumpkin’s Attic, 209 Westbourne Park Road, Notting Hill, London, on 21st – 22nd March, and it’s free – all sales proceeds will go to the Kith and Kids charity supporting youngsters with learning disabilities and autism.

Lynnie Zulu, Jungle Fever
Lynnie Zulu, Jungle Fever
Lynnie Zulu, Jungle Fever
Lynnie Zulu, Jungle Fever
Lynnie Zulu, Jungle Fever
Lynnie Zulu, Jungle Fever
Lynnie Zulu, Jungle Fever

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