About LoZo Gallery

The Gallery is named after my two daughters, Lola and Zola. They represent a beautiful mix of American and African cultures.

LoZo Gallery had an unusual beginning. The art collection began when I started working in Rwanda, shortly after the genocide in 1994. I felt that it was important to understand the history, culture, and traditions that cumulated in the tragedy.

Art serves as a visual representation and expression of various aspects of daily life, offering insights. Each of Africa’s diverse ethnic groups and tribes possess unique artistic traditions that reflect their distinct cultural identities.

For the past thirty years while living-in and visiting 25 African countries in Africa, I been studying the continent’s arts in my free time when not working for NGOs, UNICEF and the World Bank.

Grev Hunt, LoZo Gallery