Tresor-Cherin
(Nzeza-Lumbu)


Fotos by Prof. Armin Prinz, Austria, 2006 resp. 2010.


Nzeza-Lumbu, who calls himself Tresor-Cherin, was born in Kinshasa on Sept. 29th, 1980. He started his career in 1995.

Expositions: 2005 "Regards sur les 15 ans de transition", Hotel Memling and Bibliotheque Wallonie-Bruxelles; 2007 "Le Congo d'hier, d'aujourd'hui et de demain", Hotel Memling, Kinshasa; 2010 "FUTUR CONGO", De Warande, Turnhout, Belgium;  "Independance!", Musee Royal de l'Afrique Centrale, Tervuren/Brussels, Belgium; "Die Freiheit und der Kongo", Jägermayrhof, Linz, Austria.

Studio-address: 16, Avenue LUDISI, Q.7, C/NDJILI 


"Un pas vers l'espoir". Acrylic colors on canvas, 80 x 110 cm, 2009.


"La Naissance du nouveau metre". Acrylic colors on canvas, 80 x 110 cm, 2007.


"L'AUTO ROUTE VERS LES 5 CHANTIERS", 115 x 145 cm, 2008.

(Part of the "Prof. Armin Prinz Donation").


"LE CONGO N'EST PAS UN CADEAUX", 105 x 135 cm, 2008.

(Part of the "Prof. Armin Prinz Donation").

"RECONSTRUCTION D'UN CONGO NOUVEAU, FINI LA RECONSTRUCTION", 87 x 120 cm, 2007.

(Part of the "Prof. Armin Prinz Donation").


"A qui la bonne gouvernance?". Acrylic colors on canvas, 120 x 154 cm, 2007.

This painting shows Jean-Pierre Bemba, who was one of the four vice-presidents in the transitional government of the Congo from 2003 to 2006, depicted as a lion. Bemba received the second highest number of votes in the 2006 presidential elections and was the main-rival of president Kabila.


"Le Culte de la Personnalite". Acrylic colors on canvas, 69 x 100 cm, 2007.

This painting shows Jean-Pierre Bemba, who was one of the four vice-presidents in the transitional government of the Congo from 2003 to 2006, depicted as a lion. Bemba received the second highest number of votes in the 2006 presidential elections and was the main-rival of president Kabila.


"Le Jeux du pouvoir". Acrylic colors on canvas, 97 x 120 cm, 2006.


"JE REVE LE CONGO FUTUR". Acrylic colors on canvas, 90 x 114 cm, 2006.

"Dinee presidential". Acrylic colors on canvas, 90 x 100 cm, 2011

The painter has lost his hope in Obama: Another president cutting out the best pieces of the world....


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