Cg'ose Ntcox'o Archive

Cg'ose Ntcox'o was born at Kalkfontein in the Ghanzi District of Botswana in the 1960's. Like other women members of The Kuru Art Project she likes to depict the daily work of women in her community. Her large bright canvasses detail tasks such as veld food collecting and making artifacts. Her human figures are always well rounded and celebrate the bounty of the desert after good rains. Ntcox'o is also intrigued by birds and the possibilities of abstract coloured areas in the background to her figures.

A painting by Cg'ose Ntcox'o was selected by British Airways in 1997 to decorate the tails of some of its passenger planes, as well as being used on on flight documents used by the airline.

Cg'ose Ntcox'o was one of the artists who worked on the Qauqaua book.

On this page, you will find prints that Cg'ose Ntcox'o made in collaboration with The Artists' Press.

We keep and maintain the archive pages so that people can see what work an artist has previously done with us.

Artists A - L

Artists M- X

Archive of Work Printed at The Artists' Press

Title: Plants, Lizards and Insects
Medium: six colour lithograph
Paper size: 40.2 x 64.5 cm
Edition size: 35
Date: 1997
Published by The Kuru Art Project


Title: Bag, Bird and Tree
Medium: Five colour lithograph
Paper size: 38 x 56 cm
Edition size: 45
Date: 1992
Published by The Kuru Art Project

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