"My paintings are a platform for me to share
my journey with the world: I would like it to resonate with every individual. My work talks about some of the things I experience
and feel on my trips. The people I meet, the kindness and love I receive. I talk about my love for Africa, I would like to bring
pride in being African.” - Reggie Khumalo
Reggie Khumalo is a South African fine artist and motorbike adventurer who devotes his life and work to philanthropy. He has been travelling and working across Africa to bring back Ubuntu and help disadvantaged kids get to school. Since becoming a full time artist in early 2017, Reggie has had two sold-out solo exhibitions and two pop-ups in Johannesburg, one pop-up in Nairobi, a sold out solo show in Addis Ababa, a solo show in Cape Town, and is currently exhibiting with mmARTHouse in Johannesburg. Some of his work will be going live with Bishop on Bedford Gallery, NYC, in autumn 2021. Mr. Khumalo is currently collaborating with the United Nations and The Bishop Gallery to curate an Global Art Tour
that raises awareness and financial support for the World Food Program.