Posts filed under ‘art exhibits’
Exhibition: The City, the Mountain and further North, Oct. 29 – Nov. 22 2016 @ One Off Contemporary Gallery
Opening: October 29, 2016
Venue: One Off Contemporary Gallery
Time: noon – 5 pm
The exhibition runs until: November 22, 2016
The show comprises some of Brooke’s classic subjects of cattle with dust, Mt Kenya and tribal women. He also depicts Aloes, low water in a river and Pelicans; a show stopper of a painting and something of a departure for the artist. Brooke’s famous economy of line becomes more and more prevalent.
Don’t miss Brooke’s spectacular rendition of our ‘vanishing Kenya’.
More on Timothy Brooke and the exhibition; http://www.oneoffafrica.com/upcoming-exhibition.html
Dates: October 29-30, 2016
Time: 10 am – 4 pm
The Afrika Handmade gallery is coming to an end this week-end and they are ‘folding up’ in style by giving you an opportunity to buy the items you have been craving for in the last few days the exhibition has been up!
Dates: October 15-16, 2016
Venue: Alliance Française
Live entertainment by DrumJam Kenya | grills | vendors of lifestyle products
It’s the sale weekend!
We spent months scouring the region for the most innovative brands working in home decor + home textiles + garden.
For 2 weeks, we staged a magnificent installation featuring these products.
This weekend, everything goes up on sale!
15+ brands offering attractive discounts on indoor and outdoor furniture, lighting, hand woven floor rugs & blankets, textiles, table top accessories and much more!
It is going to be a great weekend…and everyone is invited!
Exhibition runs through November 4, 2016
“Young Woman, Welcome to the Holocene” is the debut solo show of American artist April Zhu in Nairobi, featuring works on canvas and poetry.
Opening night is Friday, 21 October at 7pm. The Exhibition will be on the Ground Floor of The Shifteye Gallery at The Priory Place.
April Zhu was born in West Virginia, USA. She received her BA in Environmental Studies and Studio Art from Wellesley College in 2014, where she has previously exhibited in group shows Half Artist and Object and Image (2013) and independently Kinyago (2014). She lives and works in Nairobi, Kenya.
Dates: 15th October to 25th November 2016
Venue: Red Hill Art Gallery
About Prints 1984 to 2015
From Ugandan pioneers Jak Katarikave and Theresa Musoka, Tanzanian master printer Augustino Malaba, Namibian John Muafangeo inspired Peter Mwahalukange to Kenyan contemporaries Denis Muraguri, Thom Ogongo and Peterson Kamwathi.
Photo & Film Exhibition: My Camera My Life by Sir Mohinder Dhillon, Until Oct. 31 2016 @ the National Museum
Dates: Until October 31, 2016
Venue: the National Museum of Kenya
Time: 9 am – 5 pm
Tickets: Normal Museum Rates Apply
The photographs that make-up this exhibition were shot over a period of fifty-six years, (1952 – 2008), by Sir Mohinder Dhillon, a Kenyan news camera man. The photographs allow us to travel with Mohinder back in time and eavesdrop on history, reminding us of our past and the individuals and events that helped shape our world.
“Looking back over the more than 83 years I have spent in the world; I cannot help but feel a sense of wonder. Did I really do all these things? Go to all these places? Meet all these people? How, as a simple village boy from Punjab who never even finished school, did I end up travelling the globe, dodging bullets to make a living by shooting thousands of meters of film in some of the world’s most dangerous trouble spots?” – Sir Mohinder Dhillon, October 2016.