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Friends Forever – the story


What started out as a chance meeting with some of the best artists of Zimbabwe, soon developed into a warm and close cooperation and from there into an actual friendship. We were taken by the beauty and direct approach by the first sculptures we came to know, and by the down-to-earth attitude combined with a pride and strong self-consciousness, which were so typical for all the artists. Being Europeans, we were used to seeing art as something up there at a higher level than our daily lives. And objects of investment, sold at exorbitant prices from auctions.
We were happily surprised to meet art at the same universal quality level there in Zimbabwe, many kilometers outside the Capital of Harare, and with expressions, which in the best examples resembled sculptures by the most wonderful European artists, such as Michelangelo, Moore, Picasso and Braque, to mention a few, of which at least two were themselves inspired by African ethnic art. This proves that art is universal and can be met anywhere on our globe.


Friends Forever – the concept


Bonding in an organized way with the Zimbabwean artists in 2004 became a reality, when we together decided to go for sales exhibitions in Europe, to try out a resurrection of the former presence of the Zimbabwean Stone Sculpture in the art world of Europe and the world at large. And happily we succeeded, because it became clear already at the first exhibition in Begues, Barcelona, Spain that the stone sculptures from Zimbabwe, and from the new Masters of the art, we may add, was immediately appreciated by a large audience.
So, hundreds of exhibitions followed, and the concept of Friends Forever, which in short means opening up all art loving eyes of Europe and the USA to the Master Sculptors of Zimbabwe, and by selling the art to this same audience, has since then provided reasonable life conditions for the artists, and has at the same time secured enough means to keep up a good life for the artists’ families.  
Friends Forever bring the exclusive Zimbabwean art to exhibitions in Europe and create a unique connection between the artists and all the people, who meet the art, experience it, get excited and moved by it, and eventually buy a piece for themselves. We are very proud to be players in this universal endeavour.




edited 20.06.2022

Berlin Juni 2022 
Wir danken Allen, die unsere Sommer Gala Eröffnung mitgemacht haben.
Es war ein schöner Nachmittag in guter Gesellschaft!

Der ganze Sommer Juni-Juli gibt es noch Feier in der Galerie - es lohnt sich vorbeizukommen - es gibt noch Herr Hocevar's Cocktails und andere Leckereien - und natürlich auch noch viele sehr schöne Skulpturen zu erwerben und dazu ganz günstig.

Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch!

Viele Grüße von Ihrem
Glinkastrasse 42
10117 Berlin 
Herzliche Grüße
Das Friends Forever Team
+49 160 55 77 402


edited 02.05.2022

Neue Ausstellung



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Please ask for our Frühlings Sales Catalogue by writing to:


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Get our Christmas Catalogue 2021 - No 1 of 3 
The Catalogue is a wandering through our Gallery in the Heart of Berlin - meeting a selection of the 100 most beautiful sculptures in the gallery. 
Also paintings from the two painters James Jali and Freddy Tauro from Zimbabwe are represented. 
The Christmas Catalogue No 1 also invites you to Join the Friends Forever Christmas Lottery which runs from November 12 till December 20.
Every Friday a lucky winner is drawn. 
Catalogue No 2 will be out on Saturday the 20th of November 
- and No 3 on the 1st of December. 
Catalogue No 2: 100 Miniatures from Master Hand 
Catalogue No 3: A Christmas Market of Outdoor Sculptures to very fine prices 
Get the Catalogues and join the Lottery: 
Or call +49 160 55 77 402


Download The Summer 2021 Catalogue

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Online Gallery

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Hier finden Sie uns

edited 20.10.2020

Glinkastrasse 42, 10117 Berlin finde Sie hier - um die Ecke von der Komischen Oper.

Web Video

edited 07.08.2014

Here is a video from when we exhibited at the World Bank in Washington, DC. In this video you see artists working and explaining, curator Sune Joergenson speaking, master pieces and a glimpse of Zimbabwe. The small reportage was made by Carolyn Turner.

Master Sculptors Of Zimbabwe

Contact: +49 160 5577402