Rohini Amratlal was born in 1998 in Durban, South Africa. She is a South African contemporary artist and emerging curator working with a range of materials to make drawings, prints, sculptures, and installations. Her work focuses on her personal experiences and connections she develops with various people, touching on matters of race, love and loss and identity in post- apartheid South Africa. Rohini is currently based in Durban, working as a gallery assistant at the KwaZulu-Natal Society of the Arts (KZNSA) and continuously practicing her creative work. Rohini is also being mentored by Berman Contemporary Gallery under The New Vanguard group of artists. In 2021 she obtained her Postgraduate diploma in Fine Art from the Durban University of Technology. She has also participated in an exhibition titled: “An Unfurling”, under the Young Artists Project as an intern curator, which was directed by the KZNSA. Rohini participated in a four-month internship with Carol Brown at Curate A Space and as a candidate in the Art bank commissioning program. She has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions in Durban and Johannesburg. Her most recent exhibition was a group show, Breaking the Mould at Berman Contemporary gallery in Johannesburg. She also recently curated a show, Azilime Ziyetsheni, at the BAG Factory art studios in Johannesburg, under the Young/Unframed Bursary award. She also won a Merit award in Sasol New Signatures 2022.
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