Henry “Mzili” Mujunga

MZILI born Henry Brian Mujunga on 20th December 1971 is a Ugandan writer, painter, print maker and conceptual artist. He has been exploring intuitive ways of reviving African art through an Art movement called Indigenous Expressionism. He strongly advocates the importance of networking among African artists in order to share their cultural content and create an interesting dialogue with art being produced globally. MZILI is a founding member of the East African Art Group Index Mashariki which seeks to re-establish relevance for art in the local community by propagating indigenous expressionism. He is also a member of the Pan African Circle of Artist (PACA) that links artist working for the integration of Africa through art. He is the co- founder of Kampala Arts Trust. MZILI is the winner of the royal overseas league (ROSL) art scholarship 2003 and has exhibited and participated in auctions extensively in Uganda, Kenya, South Africa, UK, German, France and the Netherlands.

1971 -
Nationality: Ugandan