Foibe Amundaba (b. 1981) is an Angolan-born Namibian painter. Educated in northern Namibia, Amundaba completed her studies at the John Muafangejo Art Centre (JMAC) in Windhoek in 2005 with a first solo exhibition "A Line of Stories" at the Franco Namibian Cultural Centre in Windhoek in 2012. Her abstract pieces are inspired by African women and the traditional elements in a modern African society. She also draws on the patterns found in nature and the African landscape in particular. The artworks speak of the different environments of individual women who appear to be struggling under heavily controlled conditions which are represented by the lines that dominate the space. It is representation of the way women are heavily guarded by patriarchal dominance. Amundaba has exhibited alongside others in Namibia, South Africa and Europe and with the NJE Collective at both the Joburg Art Fair and Investec Cape Town Art Fair.
- Foibe AmundabaKainekelwa/ her name means they are not to be trustedR 15,000.00 ex. vat