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Exibition Runs Until: January 23, 2013 [Except Monday’s and Public Holidays]
Office Hours: 11 am – 5 pm
Contacts: 0722 521 870 or email@example.com
For anyone who missed the Peter Elungat show at the Village Market, his show will re-open at One Off on Sunday October 28, 2012
Time: 11am to 5pm.
The show will continue to Wednesday 14th November 2012
One off Gallery exhibition page
Exhibition Dates: July 29-August 22, 2012 [Closed on Monday's & public holidays unless by appointment]
Contacts: 0722 521 870
Paul’s work is experimental and exciting. His materials and his concepts are fresh and ever changing, mimicking and embracing one another on the canvas. Paul works with acrylics, bleach, ink and traditional African pigments to create a combination of sober and brilliant colour which sing out in contrast and in harmony.
Opening Date: June 24, 2012
Venue: #16 Rosslyn Lone Tree
Directions: One off is past village market, drive on for like 500 meters then you will get to the main entrance to Runda, ignore the turning then drive ahead for like 200 meters and on your left, you will see a sign for Cockar Vet. Clinic. Make a left the drive uphill for like 300 meters then turn right at the top of the hill and one off will be on your left 300m ahead. There is a metal sculpture of a Masaai man
Exhibition Dates: June 24-July 25, 2012
Working days: Tuesday-Sunday
Tel. Contacts: 0722 521870
About Michael Soi
Michael Soi is an award winning Kenyan artist currently based in Nairobi. He graduated from art school 1996 after which he worked at Kuona Trust, Centre for Visual arts as the workshops & international exchange coordinator 2005-10.
Soi has developed into an artist with a unique vision and highly distinctive style. His three dimensional work is playful and cryptic while his paintings provide satirical commentary on socio-political issues.
He draws inspiration from the city of Nairobi and the day to day activities that go down in the city.His work features in various corporate and public collections including the Casoria museum of contemporary art in Italy, the standard chartered bank collection in the United Kingdom and individuals like Luis Moreno Ocampo, Michela Wrong among many other notable individuals.
You can catch what Michael is working on his Facebook Page: The Art of Michael Soi
About Ogonga Thom
Thom is a self-taught artist whose specialty is in painting, printmaking & has recently ventured into experimental photography.
Thom is inspired by fashion, music, urban lifestyles and even more fascinated by the controversial city nightlife. All the activities that color the night excite the artist in him and feature prominently as the core theme of his work.
Thom has exhibited widely and featured in various public art projects, workshops & residencies both locally and abroad.
This promises to be a real treat for art lovers. Ehoodi Kichapi‘s work with mixed media is quite unique in the Kenyan art community. Some of you might have come across him before, under the name Jes’se Ng’an’ga. The gallery hosting the exhibit is simply wonderful, out of a fairy tale: a well-kept secret, 5 minute drive from the Village Market. We will not miss this opening, and you shouldn’t either!
One of contemporary art gallery presents
Soaring-An exhibition of mobiles and variations by Umberto Signa
Date: June 5-10, 2011
Venue: 16 Rosslyn Cone Tree, Nairobi
Article on this Exhibition at AfricanColours
One Off Contemporary Art Gallery invites you for an open day, 14th March 2010, 11am to 6.30pm (Pimms and Sushi from noon to 2.30pm).
Works of art are on sale and prices start as low as Kshs 15, 800.
Mixed works by all the artists represented will be exhibited: Timothy Brooke, Peter Elungat, Peterson Kamwathi, James Mbuthia, Mandy Bonnell, Ehoodi Kichapi, Beatrice Wanjiku, Joseph Bertiers, Jackson Wanjau, Harrison Mburu, Fitsum Berhe, Janina Migdal, Cartoon Joseph and a special installation of new works by Richard Kimathi.
Directions to One Off Gallery:
On Limuru Road, Pass the Village Market and the turning to Runda on your right. Some 250m beyond the Runda turn-off, turn left up the hill passing the Cockar Veterinary Clinic on your left.
Turn right at the top passing over two speed bumps until you see Kioko’s ‘Masaai Man’ metal sculpture just under a kilometre down.
Turn left into the long driveway
More information on AfricanColours