Catinca Tabacaru Gallery opened in Manhattan in 2014. In 2017, it designed and built CTG Harare, its second space just outside of Harare, Zimbabwe.
The gallery focuses on new discoveries and activities pursuant to a long-term vision for its artists’ careers – presenting first solo shows and working towards institutional inclusions. It supports authenticity and risk, presenting a program that aims to impact both the self and society.
Expanding past its walls, the CTG Collective creates cross-cultural collaborations and an international art residency program with past installments in Zimbabwe, Canada, Serbia, Nigeria and Finland. Performance is an essential element of the CTG profile, with significant projects developed both inside CTG and for the Venice and Bamako Biennials.