Tatenda Nyamande

I experienced the death of my father in my late teens – photography was a way to grieve and express my emotions creatively. I bought my first camera because I wanted to document the unveiling of his tombstone, a traditional cultural practice that occurs in Zimbabwe. This was my birth, as a creative and a photographer.
I take pictures because I value moments and memories in time.


Tate Modern - Line, Curves & Light

My concept "Line, Curves & Light" seeks to explore the original functionality of the Tate Modern as a power station. I wanted to focus on the new Switch House building, and how its use of lines, curves and light gives the public a unique experience of seeing and understanding art.

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