Posts tagged ‘One Off Contemporary Art Gallery’
Sophie Walbeoffe Exhibition – A walk through Jerusalem, Mar. 29 – Apr. 22 2015 @ One Off Contemporary Art Gallery
The exhibition runs until 22 April 2015.
Open: everyday 11am to 5pm, except Monday and Public Holidays. (Closed Easter, Friday through Monday.)
Find more info here http://www.oneoffafrica.com/current-exhibition.html
Private View: Sunday 1 March 2015
Exhibition Run: 1 March to 25 March 2015
One Off welcomes you to the second show of the year featuring some of the gallery’s best works which have been on loan to the Gallery of African Art at number 9, Cork Street in London for the past year.
The exhibition offers access for collectors to view a curated exhibition which comprises iconic oil paintings by some of Kenya’s biggest names, along with the extraordinary metal cut outs by Patrick Mukabi. These are made from the distressed metal sheets from houses which were burnt in the 2007/8 post election violence.
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Exhibition on Until End of December 2014
Entry: Normal Museum Rates Apply
Exhibition: Echoes by Naomi Van Rampelberg, Oct. 26 – Nov. 26 2014 @ One Off Contemporary Art Gallery
The exhibition runs until 26th November 2014 features paper collage, painted art and jewellery works by Naomi Van Rampelberg.
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Exhibition: On this Plane of Life by Peter Elungat & Olivia Pendergast, Sept. 1 -24 2014 @ One Off Gallery
Exhibition featuring recent works by Peter Elungat and Olivia Pendergast at One Off Gallery.
The exhibition runs until 24 September 2014.
Venue: One Off Gallery, # 16 Roselyn
Peter Elungat needs little introduction.
Since his first solo show managed by One Off was opened by Rob Burnet in a ground floor shop in the Yaya Centre in the late 90s, he has enjoyed enormous recognition domestically and has earned the accolade of being one of the highest selling artists in Kenya. One of the few artsists to truly cross the cultural divide, Elungat attracts collectors in equal numbers from all ethnic backgrounds and walks of life.
Following a residency at Kuona Trust, Elungat started his career painting tiny figurative forms on equivalently small squares of canvas. Subsequently, his works have grown in scale in tandem with his audience. Current canvases are now some of the largest works in the gallery characterized by his portrayal of mostly single female forms after the style of some of the major renaissance painters. A spiritual essence pervades these works.
In contrast, Olivia Pendergast is little known in Kenya.
A graduate of a five year BFA program at Columbus College of Art and Design she went on to work in Los Angeles for a further five years in the film industry as a conceptual designer. Since 2007 she has been based out of Seattle and has lived and painted in Malawi, Haiti, Ethiopia and Bangladesh. Most recently she has worked in Nairobi. The exhibition at One Off will focus on portraits she has made of the people of Kawangwari.
‘The paintings that I create are a direct reflection of the experience I am having. I simply see something that creates movement …By being present I am aware of hundreds of times a day when this movement occurs and as a way to express excitement, I am moved to paint’.
Diverse as these two painters are in background and experience, they share a common palette and also a fascination with the exploration of proportion as it relates to the human form.
Find out more about the work of Peter and Olivia and the exhibition on www.oneoffafrica.com
Dates: June 29-July 23, 2014
Opening/Private Viewing: June 29, 2014 from 11 am to 5 pm
Venue: One Off Contemporary Art Gallery