Posts tagged ‘Dickson Kaloki’
Exhibition on until April 9, 2017
Exhibition: Living Earth by Dickson Kaloki & Gemini, Apr. 26-May 10 2014 @ Mediterraneo Restaurant – 9 West, Westlands
Exhbition Runs until May 10, 2014
Dickson Kaloki is one of Kenya’s most exciting emerging artists. Kaloki hit the art scene in 2011 with his celebrated slum-series. He now continues to explore slum structures, but his latest works go beyond the classic mabati and timber houses, narrow corridors, and ubiquitous Kanaro River to explore the interaction between individuals in the slums, their environments, and the city of Nairobi.
The Stranger in Me combines these new mediums, themes and styles, showing Kaloki’s depth as an artist.
From January 16th through February 4th, Que Pasa is displaying a selection of Kaloki’s new pieces.
Join the opening night, Thursday January 16th, for Canapés and Conversations with the artist starting at 7pm.
Que Pasa is located in the Karen Shopping Center
Six of Nairobi’s most talented artists are going to display their skills to the general public by using the Absolut bottle as a canvas, a concept that has been executed all over the world with amazing results.
Date: August 17, 2013
Venue: Kuona Trust
Time: 3-9 pm
Entrance*: Kshs 200
Absolute Artists: Paul Onditi, Omosh Kindeh, Dickson Kaloki, Beth Kimwale, Uhuru B & Sidney Mang’ong’o
* Entrance fee is a direct contribution to artwork for Pumwani Hospital
Featuring work by resident artists;
Dickens Otieno, Mary Ogembo, Caroline Mbirua, Hassan Fadhul, Dickson Kaloki, Charles Ngatia, Tom Mboya, Patrick Kariuki, Michael Soi, Thom Ogonga, Alex Mbevo, Esther Mukuhi, Martin Onyango, Patrick Mukabi, Noor Jefwa
The theme of the exhibition is Art Bits and will feature artworks produced in the course of the year
Opening: Saturday 24th November, 2012
Venue: GoDown Arts Centre
Time: 2-6 pm