Grace Ndiritu is an international visual artist. At the age of 22 she was taught art in Amsterdam by Hollywood film director Steve McQueen. In 2009 her art had entered into the Metropolitan Museum of Art collection in New York.
In 2014 she was named one of the ten most important and influential artists under 40 by Apollo Magazine.
Her work is housed in museum collections such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), The British Council (London), LACMA (Los Angeles), Foto Museum (Antwerp), and The Modern Art Museum (Warsaw).
Her writing has been published by Migros Museum, Bergen Kunsthall, Whitechapel Gallery, The Paris Review, MIT Press, Metropolis M and Oxford University Press.
Her 'hand-crafted' videos; textiles, painting, photography, shamanic performances and films have been widely exhibited in solo and group exhibition including at the British Art Show (2021 to 2023), Wellcome Collection, London (2022), Gropius Bau, Berlin (2022), Kunsthal Gent (2021), Nottingham Contemporary, UK (2021) and international film festivals like the 72nd Berlinale, FID Marseilles and BFI London Film Festival in 2022.
She is the winner of The Jarman Film Award 2022 in association with Film London.