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Exhibition: by Ehoodi Kichapi, May 28 – Jun. 21 2016 @ One Off Contemporary Art Gallery

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

May 21, 2016 at 12:22 pm Leave a comment

Exhibition: Divine Discontent by Beatrice Wanjiku, Apr. 30 – May 24 2016 @ One Off Contemporary Art Gallery

Opening/Private View: April 30, 2016
Venue: One Off Contemporary Art Gallery

Until: May 24, 2016

People believe in certain manners, predetermined conduct often according to pre-described behavioural norms of society. Anything counter to this is normally punished whereas “normalcy” is encouraged and rewarded.

In this series the straitjacket is a metaphor that explores boundaries, the idea of boundaries (social and self) and an imposed system of thought. The works delve into how we are anchored by social conditioning and expectation, always bound at the expense of what we desire. In this series the body of work is a reflection of the outward expression of our inner and intimate existence. The figures in these works explore the duality of the state of being and the natural intrinsic state of fulfilment and happiness.

Beatrice Wanjiku – Nairobi – April 2016

April 24, 2016 at 4:07 pm 1 comment

Exhibition: Goddess in the Details by Yony Waite, Until Jan. 19 2016 @ One Off Contemporary Art Gallery

Goodness in the Detail
One Off is pleased to present Goddess in the Details – Stitches, Sequins, Beads and Paint an exhibition of works by Yony Waite

Dates: Until January 19, 2016
Venue: One Off Contemporary Art Gallery

Find more information, here

December 16, 2015 at 12:35 pm Leave a comment

Art exhibition: Time, Space, Reality by Fitsum Berhe, Nov. 22 2015 @ Rampel Designs

Fitsum Berhe Exhibition

Fitsum Berhe Exhibition @ Rampel Designs

One Off Gallery is proud to present
​’Time, Space, Reality’,
an exhibition of recent paintings by Fitsum Berhe Woldelibanos.
Open on SUNDAY 22nd November 2015 at showroom of Rampel Designs on Baba Dogo Road from 11am to 6pm.  

Following the opening:
Please contact Carol on 0722 521870

The exhibition will remain open to the public ​ up to 6th December.

Rampel Designs map

November 9, 2015 at 4:56 pm 1 comment

Exhibition: Genesis by Timothy Brooke, Oct. 24 – Nov. 24 2015 @ One Off Contemporary Gallery

Timothy Brooke
Date: Saturday, 24 October 2015
Time: Noon to 5pm

Dates: October 25 – November 24, 2015
Venue: One Off Contemporary Gallery

Timothy Brooke is considered one of the region’s most established painters and each of his exhibitions is eagerly anticipated by both collectors and fellow artists alike. The latest exhibition titled ‘Genesis’, contains some vintage Timothy Brooke subject matter; Mt Kenya, wildlife, livestock, beautiful depictions of the diverse people of the region and Aloe flowers. It will also feature a supremely stunning painting of Elephants. As always Timothy documents what has been around for thousands of years but what we stand to lose in a couple of decades.

Peter Hetz, Executive Director of Laikipia Wildlife Forum, has kindly consented to open the exhibition.

More on the Timothy Brooke exhibition

October 18, 2015 at 4:24 pm Leave a comment

Art Ehibition: Recent works II, Sept. 5 2015 @ One Off Gallery

Recent works IIA mixed exhibition featuring works by Peterson Kamwathi, Naomi Van Rampelberg, Beatrice Wanjiku, Richard Kimathi, Peter Elungat, James Mbuthia, Peter Ngugi and Ehoodi Kichapi.

The official opening is on Saturday 5th from 1 pm to 5 pm

Where: One Off #16 Rosslyn Lone Tree, Nairobi, Kenya, 00621

August 27, 2015 at 5:45 pm Leave a comment

Exhibition: Foundations by Somali-Kenyan artist Deqa Abshir, Jun. 28 – Jul. 22 2015 @ One Off Gallery

Deqa at One Off
One Off Gallery is proud to present ‘Foundations’ an exhibition of works by Somali-Kenyan artist Deqa Abshir.

Sunday, 28 June 2015, 11am to 5pm

Public View
Dates: Jun. 30 2015 to 22 July 2015
Time: 11am to 5pm, except Mondays and Public Holidays.

In her recent work, Deqa explores the conflict of identity, culture and tradition which emerges in the lives of young, urban Africans. Very much a product of the modern world, she looks back to her roots in Somalia using the architecture of the Waab, the Somali traditional home, to try to rationalize the juxtaposition of these issues in her life. The resulting works are multi layered images, in keeping with the complexities of her investigation.
Deqa Abshir Exhibition

Find out more about Deqa Abshir and the exhibition here.

June 21, 2015 at 4:45 pm 1 comment

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