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Exhibition: Kenyan Atmosphere by Olivia Pendergast, Aug. 26 – Sept. 19 2017 @ One Off Contemporary – #16 Rosslyn Lone Tree


Dates: August 26 – September 19, 2017
Venue: One Off Contemporary – #16 Rosslyn Lone Tree

As Kenyans everywhere recover from an extremely divisive election season, what better way to regain your equilibrium and peace of mind than to come to One Off to enjoy the beautiful landscape oil paintings of Olivia Pendergast? Each image a gorgeous rendition of a different part of Kenya, each work portraying the countryside we all know and love so much.

Frank Whalley in the East African recently commented that Pendergast’s landscapes are ‘beautifully painted’ and have a ‘sensitive fluidity’. Please come and enjoy the jewel like quality of these paintings for yourself.

http://www.oneoffafrica.com/olivia-pendergast-kenyan-atmosphere.html

August 18, 2017 at 10:33 am Leave a comment

Exhibition: The Nude (Group Exhibition), Jul. 29 – Aug. 22 2017 @ One Off Contemporary – #16 Rosslyn Lone Tree


Dates: July 29 – August 22, 2017
Venue: One Off Contemporary – #16 Rosslyn Lone Tree

July 21, 2017 at 8:30 am Leave a comment

Exhibition: Beauty & Ugliness by Beatrice Wanjiku, Mar. 30 – Apr. 27 2014 @ One Off Gallery

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Exhibition of paintings by Beatrice Wanjiku

Opening: March 30, 2014
Venue: One Off Contemporary Art Gallery, #16 Rosslyn Lone Tree

Exhibition Dates: Until April 27, 2014

March 25, 2014 at 5:38 pm 2 comments

Art Exhibition: by Salah Ammar, Feb. 23 – Mar. 26 2014 @ One Off Contemporary Art Gallery

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Exhibition of paintings by Salah Ammar

Opening: February 23, 2014
Venue: One Off Contemporary Art Gallery, #16 Rosslyn Lone Tree

Exhibition Dates: Until March 26, 2014

February 20, 2014 at 10:51 am Leave a comment

Visual & Performance Art by James Mweu, Jul. 28 – Aug. 21 2013 @ One Off

James Mweu at One Off
A day of visual and performance art from James Mweu with the added honour of Binyavanga Wainaina, to add a literary slant to proceedings

Date: Sunday 28th of July
Venue: One Off Contemporary Gallery
Location: #16 Rosslyn Lone Tree
Time: 11am to 5pm

Exhibition Dates: Until August 21, 2013

James Mwau is best known in Kenya for his work as a dancer.

In this exhibition he presents extraordinarily intimate photographs of the living spaces of his friends in Kibera.
He will also dance with Kunja Dancers on a number of occasions throughout the day.

Binyavanga Wainaina won the 2002 Caine Prize for African writing. He is the founding editor of Kwani and has taught at Union and Williams College. He is the Director of the Chinua Achebe Centre for African Writers and Artists at Bard College. One of his most recent works is the memoir One day I will write about this place.

July 22, 2013 at 8:06 pm Leave a comment


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