Preserving the past and supporting the future of Tanzanian art

For Charles Msoga, art imitates fish. Msoga belongs to Ukerewe, a tribe that lives on an island in Lake Victoria, the biggest lake in Africa. Msoga literally means a type of fish indigenous to the lake. Fish are in his blood and so is art. Msoga grew up a long way away from the shores of Ukerewe in the bustling metropolis of Dar es Salaam. … Continue reading Preserving the past and supporting the future of Tanzanian art