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My lens is global, nourished by experiences growing up as a Tanzanian-American across Saudi Arabia, Uganda, South Africa and Morocco and the U.S. I use paint, stamps, stencils, embroidery and spray paint layered over innovative and complex textile processes to distill cultural and emotional ideas, and convey historical truths in a contemporary platform.
About Malaika Temba
Malaika Temba is a Textile Artist currently based in New York. She has been moving her entire life: to Saudi Arabia, Uganda, South Africa, Morocco, then Maryland. Her lens and creative process are global, nourished by these experiences, and also influenced by art at the intersection of visuals and sound. In addition to her studio practice, Temba has worked as Assistant Art Director and Print Designer at Pyer Moss, a Design Consultant at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and is currently an Adjunct Professor in the Textiles Department at the Rhode Island School of Design. Temba is originally from D.C. and Tanzania, and graduated with a BFA in Textiles from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2018.
Temba has worked for contemporary artists including Jim Drain, Kenya (Robinson), and Anthony McCall. She has shown her work at Design Miami during Miami Art Week, the 2019 MET Gala, and on the runway at New York Fashion Week. Select exhibitions include Mindy Solomon Gallery in Miami (solo), Allouche Gallery in New York (group), and The Yard in New York (group). Her work is part of various public and private collections worldwide, including the collections of Jorge M. Pérez and Beth Rudin DeWoody. She is the 2021 recipient of the YoungArts Jorge M. Pérez Award.
Malaika Temba CV
BFA, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
Brown University, Providence, RI
Visual Arts Center Maget Program, Kensington, MD
Select Solo Exhibitions
Not Yet Uhuru, Naomi Fassil Gallery, New York, NY
Sugarcane is Sweetest at the Joint, Mindy Solomon Gallery, Miami, FL
Select Group Exhibitions
A Confluence of Coastal Creativity, Mindy Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Operation Varsity Blues, Allouche Gallery, Curated by Charles Moore, New York, NY
Loom, Longing, The Yard, New York, NY
Education as a Practice oof Freedom, curated by Jasmine Wahi, FL
String Theory, Woods Gerry Gallery, RI
The Sweeter the Juice, Benson Gallery, RI
Mutual Encounters, Gelman Gallery, RISD Museum, Providence, RI
Octo, Sound Arts Performance, RI
For Adams: Drawing Parallels, Listening for Echoes,RI
Residencies, Fellowships, & Awards
Jorge M Perez Award
Silver Art Projects Residency, NY
Fountainhead Residency, FL
Warren Family Social Engagement Award
RISD Textile Department Alumni Fellowship
US Presidential School I the Arts: Semi-Finalist
Haimovicz Award, MD
YoungArts Foundation: National Winner Visual Arts
N’Namdi Collection, Miami, FL
The Bunker Artspace, Palm Beach, FL
El Espacio 23, collection of Jorge M. Pérez, Miami, FL
Selig Sacks (of American Folk Art Museum), New York, NY
Basil Kincaid, Personal Collection
Michael Sherman (of Hammer Museum, Baltimore Museum of Art), Personal Collection