The Ubuntu Art Exhibition
The life Legacy and Values of Nelson Mandela

 To celebrate the Life and Legacy of the man who inspired his country, the Embassy of South Africa plans to unveil a statue of his former president, Nelson Mandela, in September 2013. In an effort to support the building of the statue,  the Embassy coordinated “the Ubuntu Art Exhibition”, bringing together works from South Africa’s most talented emerging and established artists to create pieces that reflect the spirit of their country.

To own one of these magnificent pieces bid online at:  All auction proceeds, above the starting bids, benefit the Mandela statue.

Selected pieces from the Exhibition are displayed at the Ronalds Reagan Building and International Trade Center through 12 June, 2013. Join us for live auction and reception  on 13th June, 2013. For more information email:

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