Exhibition by Oliver Okoth Martin, On Going – Until September 2017 @ Creativity Gallery – Nairobi National Museum

July 28, 2017 at 11:09 am 1 comment

Painting by Martin Okoth | via the NMK


Dates: On Going – Until September 2017
Venue: Creativity Gallery, Nairobi National Museum
Time: Daily 8.30am to 5.30pm
Entry: Normal rates will apply

About
Oliver Martin Okoth is a free lance commercial artist based in Nairobi and Kisumu who conceptualizes music on canvas. As a conceptual artist he tries to give an illustration on what he perceives the musicians songs are about. In this exhibition he focuses on the legendary Michael Jackson. Okoth has participated in several exhibitions which include:

Group Show, National Museums of Kenya (supported by Absolute Vodka), Nov -Dec 2012.

Tupac All eyes on me, Kenya railways art gallery, 2014

Nobody can stop Reggae, Nairobi National Museum, Feb 2015.

Hip Hop THE TRIBUTE, Karen Village 2016

Okoth also has a keen interest in children and has made coloring books to introduce them early to art. These can be purchased online. As an artist he believes art can change the course of a nation and he is keen on playing his part in this.

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