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Born in DRC in 1964, Xavier Verhoest works with mixed-media to meditate on light and darkness, silence, fragility and mortality.
A collection his works will be on display at Talisman from Feb 19-March 9, 2014.
Photo Courtesy of Talisman Restaurant’s Facebook Page
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
Opening of the exhibit March 17th at 6.30pm by the French Ambassador
Xavier Verhoest was born in Congo in 1964. He studied cinematography in Belgium and has been involved in different art projects in Kenya for the past 6 years. His work is strongly inspired by writers, including Paul Celan, Adonis and Le Clezio (winner of the 2008 Nobel).
This exhibit is his humble effort to construct an image through words, to create a link between what is common to all and what makes us different, to paint a territory that exist between the soul and the universe.