Maurice Mbikayi

Maurice Mbikayi was born in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo where he currently lives and works. In 2000 he graduated with a BA in Graphic Design (Advertising and Visual Communication), from the Academies des Beaux Arts in Kinshasa. He completed his Master of Fine Art degree (with distinction) in 2015 at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town. Maurice Mbikayi is a member of the Africa South Art Initiative (ASAI) and the Visual Arts Network of South Africa (VANSA).
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Maurice Mbikayi | gallery

Maurice Mbikayi | gallery

Maurice Mbikayi, The Unkown King

Available for sale from Gallery MOMO, Maurice Mbikayi, Untitled C-print, 110 × cm

What a fabulous opening to celebrate the powerful works by #MauriceMbikayi. Come by and view his first solo #exhibition at #GalleryMomo #Johannesburg "Mupia-Mupia", on until Monday 18 July 2016. Here is a picture by Musa Rapuleng of #MonnaMokoena & #MauriceMbikayi during the #opening.  #ContemporaryArt #Photography #Event

What a fabulous opening to celebrate the powerful works by Come by and view his first solo at "Mupia-Mupia", on until Monday 18 July Here is a picture by Musa Rapuleng of & during the

Maurice Mbikayi, Techno Dandy, and Fractals

Maurice Mbikayi, Techno Dandy, and Fractals

MAURICE MBIKAYI  The Guardian 1, 2017  C-Print  70 9/10 × 47 1/5 in

Available for sale from Officine dell'Immagine, Maurice Mbikayi, The Guardian 1 C-Print, 180 × 120 cm

Maurice Mbikayi was born in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo where he currently lives and works. image titled "Cyber Warrior-face".

Maurice Mbikayi was born in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo where he currently lives and works. image titled "Cyber Warrior-face".

Mbikayi focuses on the aesthetic values and meanings of digital identity in relation to fashion as an analogy and the impact it has on urban African, and more specifically, Congolese society. This image is titled "Azalaki Awa (Symbols of the aesthete's power), 2016.

Mbikayi focuses on the aesthetic values and meanings of digital identity in relation to fashion as an analogy and the impact it has on urban African, and more specifically, Congolese society. This image is titled "Azalaki Awa (Symbols of the aesthete's power), 2016.

Mupia-Mupia is a Luba term that translates to “new and shiny”. It represents futuristic ideas and concepts of the body in relation to physical and/or virtual space. This image is titled "Bilele"

Maurice Mbikayi at Contemporary African Art Fair

Maurice Mbikayi

Maurice Mbikayi

Maurice Mbikayi

Maurice Mbikayi

Untitled work by Maurice Mbikayi

Untitled work by Maurice Mbikayi

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