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Tschabalala Self describes her current work as “exploring the emotional, physical and psychological impact of the black female body.” Showcasing an eclectic blend of colors and textiles, Tschabalala's thought-provoking work has featured at solo exhibitions in Rome and London. During her Liquitex Cadmium-Free Research Residency at the Griffin Gallery Studios in London, Tschabalala worked on a large-scale mural for a local charity called Hospital Rooms. Using the safer cadmium-free paints was extremely important to Tschabalala, because she knew her mural would eventually end up in a health facility used by adolescents. Discover how she used our materials during her residency here.  

Griffin Gallery Studios


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