Exhibition: Dialogue with Evanson Kangethe Njuguna, Nov. 5-30 2016 @ National Museum

November 12, 2016 at 6:08 pm 1 comment

Dialogue by Evanson. Photo via the National Museum

Dialogue by Evanson. Photo via the National Museum

Dates: November 5-30, 2016
Venue: National Museum

This exhibition is a selection of works that represent the artist’s long-term trajectory defined by figurative representational art, linism and ‘smoke painting’

Evanson Kangethe Njuguna began as a self-taught artist in 1982, then received art tuition from John Mayienga, lecturer Department of Design, University of Nairobi. In 1985-1987 he created murals on commission. In 1990-2011 held several solo and joint art exhibitions in such places as the Nairobi National Museum, French Cultural Center and Goethe Institute. Other works have been exhibited in Germany and USA, among other countries. Most recently he had a show at the British Institute in Eastern Africa. One of his sculptures is in permanent installation at the Nairobi National Museum. Kang’ethe also volunteers at Nest Childrens Home in Limuru as an art tutor as well as theatrical practices.

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Screenings: Human Rights Watch Film Festival, Nov. 14-17 2016 @ Alliance Française The Nairobi Festival of Performance and Media Art 2016, Nov. 18-24 2016 @ Sarakasi Trust & Goethe Institut

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  • 1. John Hughes  |  November 11, 2021 at 8:57 pm

    I recently discovered a Evanson Kangethe painting called a Lazy night .
    I am curious of what its value might be ?


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