Event: Managing Public Commissions Date: 24th April 2017 Venue: Kuona Trust Time: 2:00pm Join us for an interactive Art Talk by master sculptor artist, Kevin Oduor. Kevin is famously known for his several public monuments, including the Dedan Kimathi sculpture in Nairobi’s CBD Kimathi Street
Event: 'Ndesusu' (Naked) Date: 24th April 2017 Venue: Kuona Trust Time: 2:00pm We are teaming up with Kuona Trust to bring conversations around art to the fore. Starting us off next week on Monday, 24th April 2017, is Anthony Okello who'll be leading the conversation, with insight into his
Our 3rd Pop-Up Exhibition, "Phases" opens this Friday at Lord Erroll , featuring work by Anne Mwiti and Joe Makeni. Mwiti presents work that focus on her portraits and one of the phases of her skill. Makeni brings wild Kenya to life, capturing the many life cycles of animals in the Mara.
Pop – Up Exhibition: Configuring the Urban – Osborne Macharia, Thandiwe Muriu, Aron Boruya and Elias Mung’ora
Our Pop-Up Exhibition Series at Lord Erroll continues with "Configuring the Urban" a look at the people who make up the city, examining the present and the future. The show features work by: Osborne Macharia, Thandiwe Muriu, Aron Boruya and Elias Mung'ora. Join us for a cocktail opening on
In closing the physical gallery, we have a special treat that is sure to bring blessings as we set of in our new direction. Join us for the final event at The Art Space Gallery on Riverside Drive - an evening of improv music by a Japanese Duo who find inspiration in Kenyan daily life. This duo
"[The Art Space] came onto the art scene in late 2015 with great enthusiasm. Since then, the gallery has held 12 shows and featured works of artists from Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania. The primary goal of The Art Space was to drive art consumption in the local market, which they
2015/2016 has been a great year for us at The Art Space. 2017 promises to be no different. For almost a year and a half, we have opened our doors to an ever changing crowd of people who are increasingly becoming interested in art. We have held: • 12 shows (translating to roughly a new show
"Photographer and cinematographer Emmanuel Jambo is renowned for his wedding and fashion photography. Jambo’s foundation is in photojournalism and fine art, an area he is exploring once again with a new set of creative images. He recently put together pictures of Kenya’s Coastal region. They
Saturday 11th February 2017 11am - 2pm Heremakono (Waiting for Happiness) Abderrahmane Sissako, Mauritania, 2002 Nouadhibou, a town of goers-to and waiters-for, where life creeps by at a painfully slow pace, is the stop-over for Abdallah, visiting his mother before he proceeds to Europe.
Saturday 28th January 2017: 11am - 2pm Touki Bouki (The Journey of the Hyena) Djibril Diop Mambety, Senegal, 1973 A cowherd and a university student set off on a skull-mounted motorcycle meet in Dakar. They agree that the life of post-independence Senegal is not for them, and they set off on