Posts tagged ‘ehoodi kichapi’
Until: January 17, 2017
One Off welcomes you to its last exhibition for 2016. Recent works III will comprise un-shown or little shown significant works by all our gallery artists including Peter Ngugi, Beatrice Wanjiku, Peter Elungat, Richard Kimathi, Florence Wangui, Ehoodi Kichapi, Harrison Mburu, James Mbuthia, Chelenge, Timothy Brooke and Peterson Kamwathi.
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Private View: Saturday, 28 May 2016
Time: Noon to 5pm
The exhibition runs until: June 21, 2016
Find more on Ehoodi Kichapi, and the exhibition, here
Dates: June 29-July 23, 2014
Opening/Private Viewing: June 29, 2014 from 11 am to 5 pm
Venue: One Off Contemporary Art Gallery
The exhibition features 25 artists from 6 countries: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Sudan, Rwanda and Ethiopia.
Artists Showing: Dawit Abebe. Cloudy Chatanda, Eltayeb Dawelbait, Kebreab Demeke, Salah Elmur, Tamrat Gezagegn, Wanja Kimani, Ehoodi Kichapi, Otieno Kota, Mbuthia Maina, Vita Malulu, Sidney Mang’ong’o, Henry Mzili Mujunga, Patrick Mulondo, Ulindula Mwakisopile, Ian Mwesiga, Paul Ndema, Eria ‘Sane’ Nsubuga, Michael Soi, Ephrem Solomon, Nadir Tharani and John Taouss Tuyisabe.
All works for this exhibition were carefully selected by Circle’s curator, Danda Jaroljmek with support from Circle Art Agency’s wide-reaching network including: 32º East, Kampala; Nafasi Art Space, Dar es Salaam; Wanja Kimani and Karen Obling in Addis Ababa and Salah Elmur in Khartoum.
For More info visit http://www.circleartagency.com/exhibitions/
Artists Represented by One Off: Antony Okello, Beatrice Wanjiku, Chelenge van Rampelberg, Ehoodi Kichapi, Florence Wangui, Harrison Mburu, James Mbuthia, Mandy Bonnell, Peter Elungat, Peter Elungat, Peter Ngugi, Peterson Kamwathi, Richard Kimathi, Shabu Mwangi and Timothy Brooke
Joint Exhibition by M. Soi, T. Ogonga, Ehoodi Kichapi & H. Mburu, Jun. 30 – Jul. 24 2013 @ One Off Contemporary Gallery
Exhibiting Artists: Michael Soi, Thom Ogonga, Ehoodi Kichapi & Harrison Mburu
This promises to be a real treat for art lovers. Ehoodi Kichapi‘s work with mixed media is quite unique in the Kenyan art community. Some of you might have come across him before, under the name Jes’se Ng’an’ga. The gallery hosting the exhibit is simply wonderful, out of a fairy tale: a well-kept secret, 5 minute drive from the Village Market. We will not miss this opening, and you shouldn’t either!