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This exhibition continues until 28 August 2016.
Out of Town/Exhibition: Anidan Art Centre Exhibition, Until Dec. 31 2016 @ Whispers Garden – Lamu Seafront
View the above exhibition at Whispers Seafront garden, Lamu, of the children’s artwork from ANIDAN children’s shelter. The kids have been making artwork with two visiting artists from Nairobi, Justus Kyalo and Kevo Stero
Dates: Until January 31, 2016
Venue: Whispers Garden – Lamu Seafront
Art works by Justus Kyalo and Kevo Stero
Opening: May 5, 2014
Venue: Alliance Française
Exhibition Runs Until: May 31, 2014
Trained as an illustrator, Kyalo’s initial work was mainly figurative and he has over the years found his Alma matter in abstraction. His inspiration is drawn from a variety of media: music, colour, light, fashion and photography. Kyalo’s paintings undergo multiple variations of colour and textural juxtapositions that are reworked until they are harmonized.
This exhibition is inspired by the instinctive travel and trade among the Kamba people, retracing the Kamba’s historical trails to the Kenyan Coast where upon they encountered portals on reaching the Indian Ocean.
Exhibition: FREEDOM – 6 artists celebrate artistic freedom with Kenya at 50, Dec. 8 2013 – Jan. 31 2014 @ Nairobi National Museum
Dates: December 8, 2013 – January 31, 2014
Venue: Ecology Gallery, Nairobi National Museum
Time: Daily 8.30am to 5.30pm
Normal rates apply
Exhibiting Artists: El Tayeb Dawelbait, Camille Wekesa, Sane Wadu, Justus Kyalo, Chelenge Van Rampelberg, Peterson Kamwathi
In celebration of Kenya at 50 years, six artists explore what freedom means to them both as artists as well as Kenyans in an economically emerging continent. The artists express the concept of freedom using a multitude of media with minimal constraints or parameters producing a body of work that provokes us to think of what freedom means to us as Kenyans 50 years after Independence.
Exhibition Dates: Until May 14, 2013
Venue: Ground Floor, PWC Tower, Delta Corner, Westlands
A celebration of abstracts by artists: Jason Corder, Justus Kyalo, Sidney Mang’ong’o, Sibylla Martin, Emily Odongo, Xavier Verhoest, Michael Wafula, Peter Walala
Circle Art exhibition
Hiari-Options is a Painting exhibition by Justus Kyalo. This exhibition is being showcased at the Nairobi National Museums’ Creative Gallery, until June 30, 2012.
Time: Open Daily from 8:30am- 5:30pm
Entry: Museum rates apply