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   current exhibition posted: Wednesday 2nd of July 2008
    BANANA HILL (KENYA), July 4 - August 7, 2008:

Scapes of our land

Exhibition by Rahab Shine at the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/scapes.htm

 
Past exhibitions

    posted: Monday 31st of March 2008
    BANANA HILL (KENYA), March 25 - May 5, 2008:

Sky blue

Exhibition by Shine Tani at the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/skyblue.htm

    posted: Monday 18th of June 2007
    BANANA HILL (KENYA), June 6 - July 6, 2007:

Generational hopes

Art exhibition by more than 40 artists to mark 15 years of art at the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/hopes.htm

    posted: Monday 21st of May 2007
    BANANA HILL (KENYA), May 10 - June 2, 2007:

Colourful stories

Exhibition by Daniel Kinyanjui and Rahab Shine at the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/colourful.htm

    posted: Thursday 3rd of May 2007
  Mary Ogembo
Mary Ogembo
artists represented
in the A-gallery
NAIROBI (KENYA), May 2 - May 26, 2007:

African woman

Exhibition of works by Mary Ogembo at RaMoMA, Nairobi, Kenya

    posted: Friday 13th of April 2007
    BANANA HILL (KENYA), April 13 - May 5, 2007:

Different strokes

Exhibition by Peter Kibunja, Alan Githuka and Wanyu Brush at the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/strokes.htm

    posted: Thursday 12th of April 2007
    TORONTO (CANADA), April 13 - May 6, 2007:

The constructed world of Frank Ross (South Africa)

Exhibition at the Spence Gallery

Read more at: www.spencegallery.ca/artist/frank.ross/

    posted: Wednesday 11th of April 2007
    NAIROBI (KENYA), March 27 - April 21, 2007:

Contemporary Art in Kenya - one year on

Alliance Française de Nairobi and Goethe-Institute take great pleasure in inviting you to the unveiling of Contemporary Art in Kenya catalogue and multimedia CD-Rom on Tuesday, 27th March at 6.30pm, at Alliance Française. The artworks that will be featured will be of the winners of the juried competition/exhibition Contemporary Art in Kenya that took place February/March 2006.

The exhibition '... one year on' presents new works of these laureats.

Read more at: www.goethe.de/ins/ke/nai/en2213631.htm

    posted: Thursday 8th of March 2007
  Jeff Wambugu
Jeff Wambugu
artists represented
in the A-gallery
BANANA HILL (KENYA), March 15 - April 5, 2007:

African Jungle and its Beauty

Exhibition by Jeff Wambugu and Martin Muhoro at the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/jungle.htm

    posted: Thursday 8th of March 2007
    NAIROBI (KENYA), February 22 - March 17, 2007:

Latest works by James Mbuthia

Exhibition at RaMoMa Art Gallery in Nairobi, Kenya

Read more at: http://kenya.africancolours.net/content/11618

    posted: Tuesday 20th of February 2007
    BANANA HILL (KENYA), February 9 - March 6, 2007:

A Pallet of Ash

Exhibition by Ash Uman at the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/ash.htm

    posted: Friday 8th of December 2006
    NAIROBI (KENYA), December 16 - 17, 2006:

ChoraChora

An arts festival and family fun day happening at the GoDown Arts Centre.

Read more at: kenya.africancolours.net

    posted: Tuesday 7th of November 2006
  Shine Tani
Shine Tani
artists represented
in the A-gallery
BANANA HILL (KENYA), October 27 - December 28, 2006:

Xmas in Africa art exhibition at the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya.

An opportunity for you to buy a gift or collections for reasonable prices at the Banana Hill Art Sudio.

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/xmas2006.htm

    posted: Friday 8th of September 2006
    BANANA HILL (KENYA), September 8 - October 5, 2006:

Kenya - Tanzania: A two nations art exhibition at the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/kenya_tanzania.htm

    posted: Friday 22nd of August 2006
    BANANA HILL (KENYA), August 18 - September 7, 2006:

Exhibition by John Ndungu, Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/ndungu.htm

    posted: Friday 04th of August 2006
    BANANA HILL (KENYA), July 22 - August 17, 2006:

Shapes in Art

Exhibition of Lucki Mutebi, Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/lucki.htm

    posted: Monday 15th of May 2006
  Martin Kamuyu
Martin Kamuyu
artists represented
in the A-gallery
LEIMEN (GERMANY), May 14 - July 9, 2006:

East Africa Art from the Guido Ast collection
Bettendorffsche Gallery, Im Schlossgarten, 69181 Leimen-Gauangelloch (close to Heidelberg)

Read more at: www.heidelberg-aktuell.de

    posted: Saturday 03rd of June 2006
  Shine Tani
Shine Tani
artists represented
in the A-gallery
BANANA HILL (KENYA), June 10 - July 04, 2006:

Exhibition celebrating 14 years Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/celebrate.htm

    posted: Saturday 29th of April 2006
  Shine Tani
Shine Tani
artists represented
in the A-gallery
BANANA HILL (KENYA), April 29 - May 27, 2006:

ECLIPSE
Exhibition of the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/eclipse.htm

    posted: Friday 17th of March 2006
  Shine Tani
Shine Tani
artists represented
in the A-gallery
BANANA HILL (KENYA), March 17 - April 17, 2006:

UNTOLD STORIES
Exhibition of the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya
    posted: Tuesday 21st of February 2006
  Mary Ogembo
Mary Ogembo
artists represented
in the A-gallery
TORONTO (CANADA), February 18 - March 26, 2006:

PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN

Paintings by Opal Dunbar-Adams, Neo Ntsoma and Mary Ogembo

Spence Gallery, Mirvish Village

Read more at: www.spencegallery.ca/exhibitions/past/2006-02/

    posted: Wednesday 15th of February 2006
    NAIROBI (KENYA), March 10 - 12, 2006:

Kenya Museum Society Art Show 2006

The Kenya Museum Society Art Show takes place from March 10th -12th 2006 in the Director's Courtyard, Nairobi Museum (directly behind the Louis Leakey Auditorium). Key objectives are to exhibit the diversity of art produced in Kenya, and also to raise funds for the National Museums of Kenya. The exhibition includes a wide range of media e.g. glass, fabric, photography and, of course, painting and sculpture.

    posted: Tuesday 14th of February 2006
    VIENNA (AUSTRIA), February 16 - March 15, 2006:

MODERN ART - PICTURES FROM AFRICA (Bilder aus Afrika)

Paintings by emerging Kenyan painters.

Chill Out, Wien 1, Salvatorg. 6

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/wien.pdf

    posted: Friday 25th of November 2005
    NAIROBI (KENYA), November 17, 2005 - January 15, 2006:

DREAMING IN PICTURES

Paintings by Jak Katarikawe. From the Collection of the Museum of World Cultures, Frankfurt (Germany).

Gallery of Contemporary East African Art of the National Museum of Kenya, Nairobi.

Read more at: www.goethe.de

    posted: Friday 28th of October 2005
  Jeff Wambugu
Jeff Wambugu
artists represented
in the A-gallery
KASSEL (GERMANY), October 10 - November 03, 2005:

MAGIC OF SMALL STORIES

Exhibition of artists of the Banana Hill Art Studio, Banana Hill (close to Nairobi), Kenya

Galerie 3a, Kassel

Read more at (in German): www.hna.de/kultur/00Magie_der_kleinen_Geschichten.html

    posted: Tuesday 18th of October 2005
  Mary Ogembo
Mary Ogembo
artist represented
in the A-gallery
BULAWAYO (ZIMBABWE), October 13 - November 12, 2005:

AFRICAN WOMAN

Exhibition by Mary Ogembo at the National Gallery, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Read more at: www.chronicle.co.zw/2005/October/15/entertainment/ent2.htm

    posted: Thursday 04th of August 2005
    MONACO (MONACO), July 16 - September 04, 2005:

ARTS OF AFRICA

From Traditional Arts to Jean Pigozzi's Contemporary Collection

'Arts of Africa' is an invitation to the heart of the African continent and its artistic expression in the broadest sense. For the first time, on 4,000 square metres, an exhibition will retrace 6,000 years of African Art through masterpieces from ancient times to the present, from traditional arts to contemporary art. It will also address this art's influences with great 20th-century masters, including Picasso, Derain, Léger ...

Grimaldi Forum Monaco - Espace Ravel

Read more at: http://www.grimaldiforum.com/eng/culturel/expo_info.aspx?ID=19&p=1

    posted: Tuesday 2nd of August 2005
  Mary Ogembo
Mary Ogembo
artist represented
in the A-gallery
AFRICAN CULTURES, AFRICAN COLOURS - visual arts exhibition

AfricanColours an established web portal that serves as a Contemporary African arts resource database and digital art archive - presents the occasion of its first exhibition, at the new Fiesta Restaurant in Nairobi, Kenya from Wednesday August 3rd - 31st 2005.

The theme of this exhibition "African Cultures, African Colours" - seeks to redefine African Culture through the visual media and arts. The opening at 6pm on Wednesday 3rd August, will be attended by Her Excellency Tanya van Gool, the Dutch ambassador to Kenya; Mr. Tom Mshindi, Chief Executive, the Standard Group and Dr. Patrick Lumumba, Secretary to the Constitution of Kenya Review Commission (CKRC). Other invited guests are Hon. Ochilo Ayako, Culture Minister; Hon. Raila Odinga, Roads Minister; Hon. Najib Balala, National Heritage Minister, Hon. Prof. Wangari Maathai, Asst. Minister Environment and H.E Hubert Fournier, French ambassador to Kenya, among others. The exhibition will be open to the public from 4th August to 31st August 2005. There is no admission charge.

Participating artists include Wanyu Brush, Annabelle Wanjiku Reeno, Kamal Shah, Kahare Miano, Peter Elungat, Leon Kuhn from South Africa, Tabitha wa Mburu, Mary Ogembo, Smooth Ugochukwu of Nigeria, Peterson Kamwathi, David Mwaniki, Thom Ogonga, Simon Mureithi, Maggie Otieno, Sudanese artists Salah Ammar, Eltayeb Dawelbeit, Halfawi Hussein, Yassir Ali; Sammy Lutaya, Patricia Njeri, Sam Kimemia, Patrick Mukabi, Hina Haria, Beatrice Wanjiku, Veroniccah Muwonge of Uganda, Evans Omondi, John Njathi, Wanjohi Nyamu, John Silver, Kanyiva Kahare, Nelly Wanjiru, Kevin Kariuki, Alex Mbugua, Patrick Kirono, Irene Wanjiru, Halima Shahib, Peter Salim Mburu, Anthony Okello, Samuel Githui, Wilson Mwangi and Eritrean Fitsum Berhe Woldelibanos to mention a few. As AfricanColours strives to transform the face of visual arts in Kenya and Africa, we plan to regularly collaborate with the Media to nurture appreciation and patronage of local art by providing exposure for contemporary African artists and their works of art.

CONTACT:
Phone: for further enquiries call Emmanuel, Tracy or Jackie on 020 250 373, 0724 231 071, 0722 506930
Email: tracy@africancolours.com or emmanuel@africancolours.com

Read more at: www.africancolours.net/content/6411

    posted: Monday 30th of May 2005
  Veroniccah Muwonge
Veroniccah Muwonge
artist represented
in the A-gallery
VATLA (ESTONIA), August 02, 2005:

Art opening and slide show by Veroniccah Muwonge and Mary Ogembo.

Polli Talu Arts Center.

Read more at: pollitalu.org/english/schedule/schedule.exhibitions.html

    posted: Monday 30th of May 2005
    EQUATION CAFE (UGANDA), May 29 - June 26, 2005:

Artworks by Mugalu Edison

Read more at: www.aidchild.org/equation.asp

    posted: Monday 30th of May 2005
    NAIROBI (KENYA), May 25 - June 18, 2005:

Creative dreams

Exhibition by James Mbuthia at Ramoma.

    posted: Thursday 5th of May 2005
    BANANA HILL (close to Nairobi, Kenya), May 7 - June 1, 2005:

Petals of love - An art exhibition

Exhibition by Willie Wamuti at the Banana Hill Art Studio.

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/wamuti.htm

    posted: Wednesday 4th of May 2005
    NAIROBI (KENYA), May 5 - May 30, 2005:

One for the road

The National Museums of Kenya and Kuona Trust are showing an exhibition of new art works by Samuel Githui at the Gallery of Contemporary East African Art, National Museums, Nairobi.

    posted: Wednesday 9th of February 2005
    HOUSTON (USA), January 28 - May 8, 2005:

African Art Now: Masterpieces from the Jean Pigozzi Collection

The Museum of Fine Arts Houston introduces the internationally recognized Jean Pigozzi Collection, profiling 33 artists from 15 countries. No single tradition or method defines artists of the collection. Rather, Pigozzi and Magnin have sought to represent the range of expression explored by artists who find their home in Africa. These artists share an awareness of both local and global cultures, acknowledging the complex heritage they face today.

Read more at: www.mfah.org

    posted: Wednesday 2nd of March 2005
    BANANA HILL (close to Nairobi, Kenya), March 5 - April 4, 2005:

Progressions - An art exhibition

Exhibition by Lucki Mutebi at the Banana Hill Art Studio.

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/mutebi.htm

    posted: Monday 7th of February 2005
    BANANA HILL (close to Nairobi, Kenya), February 9 - March 2, 2005:

Critical Faces

Exhibition by Julius Kimemia at the Banana Hill Art Studio.

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/kimemia_critical_faces.htm

    posted: Friday 26th of November 2004
  Veroniccah Muwonge
Veroniccah Muwonge
NAIROBI (Kenya), November 12, 2004 - January 15, 2005:

Visions of Nairobi

Exhibiting artists: A. Githuha, J. Mbuthia, M. Kamuyu, E. Kang'ethe, G. Thairu, P. Mukabi, Kamicha, Jak Katarikawe, S. Githui, Pat Keay, P. Kamwathi, J. Mbugua, Jimnah Kimani, T. Ogonga, M. Ogembo, V. Muwonge and others

Le Rustique Restaurant and JAVA House, Nairobi.

Read more at: www.eastandard.net

    posted: Tuesday 16th of November 2004
    MUNICH (GERMANY), November 11, 2004 - January 9, 2005:

Africa in Motion: Legacy
Art from Zimbabwe 1950 - 2004.

Presented by Gallery Delta (Harare) and the Culture Department of the City of Munich.
Exhibition in the Pasinger Fabrik, Munich, August-Exter Str. 1.

Read more at: www.pasinger-fabrik.com/programm/ausstellung/africa-ausstellungen.htm#legacy (in German)

    posted: Thursday 19th of August 2004
    NEW YORK (USA), September 21, 2004 - January 04, 2005:

Personal Affects:
Power and Poetics in Contemporary South African Art.

A visual arts exhibition simultaneously on view at the Museum for African Art and the Cathedral of Saint John The Divine in New York City.

Read more at: www.africanart.org/html/coming_attractions.htm

    posted: Monday 8th of November 2004
  Shine Tani
Shine Tani
BANANA HILL (close to Nairobi, Kenya), November 10 - December 12, 2004:

Exiles of Art

Paintings by Shine Tani. Banana Hill Art Studio, Kenya.
Open 9.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m. daily

    posted: Monday 16th of August 2004
    BOCHUM (Germany), July 31 - November 07, 2004:

New Identities.

Contemporary South African Art. Exhibition at the Museum Bochum - Kunstsammlung.

Read more at: www.bochum.de/museum/

    posted: Thursday 12th of August 2004
    DÜSSELDORF (Germany), July 24 - November 07, 2004:

Africa Remix.

Large exhibition (88 artists) on contemporary art of African artists in the museum kunst palast, Düsseldorf. The exhibition will later be shown in London, Paris and Tokyo.

Read more at: http://www.museum-kunst-palast.de (in German)

    posted: Tuesday 5th of October 2004
    KAMPALA (UGANDA), September 12 - October 24, 2004:

Enoch A. Mukiibi
Solo exhibition, Ugandan German Cultural Society, Kampala, Uganda

Read more at: www.newvision.co.ug

    posted: Wednesday 17th of March 2004
  Lindenmuseum Stuttgart STUTTGART (Germany), May 14 - October 17, 2004:

The other modernity of Africa: Art from the collections of the Lindenmuseum Stuttgart.
(Die andere Moderne Afrikas: Kunst aus den Sammlungen des Linden-Museums Stuttgart).

Read more at: www.lindenmuseum.de/inhalt/show/afriart.html (in German)

or at: www.lindenmuseum.de/inhalt/04/frameaf.html (in German)

    posted: Monday 30th of August 2004
  Jeff Wambugu
Jeff Wambugu
BANANA HILL (close to Nairobi, Kenya), September 7 - October 2, 2004:

African Dreams.

Paintings by Jeff Wambugu. Banana Hill Art Studio, Kenya.
Open 9.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m. daily

    posted: Thursday 9th of September 2004
    AMSTERDAM (THE NETHERLANDS), August 28 - September 25, 2004:

Exhibition by Patrick Makumbe (Zimbabwe) and Iris Kensmil

Gallery Ferdinand van Dieten - d'Eendt.
Amsterdam, Spuistraat 270
Open: Thursday - Saturday 11 - 18 p.m.

Read more at: www.dieten.biz

    posted: Saturday 7th of August 2004
    ATHENS (Greece), August 12 - September 29, 2004:

Artiade.
Olympics of Visual Arts 2004 in Athens.

With Tabitha W. Mburu, Kenya; Paul Ssendagire, Uganda; Eria Nsubuga, Uganda; Chipika Simanwe, Zambia and many more artists from all over the world.

Read more at: www.artiade.de

    posted: Wednesday 18th of August 2004
  Kivuthi Mbuno
Kivuthi Mbuno
MILAN (Italy), July 23 - September 04, 2004:

The magical world of Kivuthi Mbuno.

Exhibition at the Bottega della Solidarieta, Milan.

Read more at: www.vita.it/articolo/index.php3?NEWSID=46038 (in Italian)

    posted: Wednesday 28th of July 2004
    BANANA HILL (close to Nairobi, Kenya), August 3 - September 3, 2004:

Breath in art.

The Banana Hill Art Studio is holding an art exhibition with paintings by Joseph Cartoon. The pieces were done during a one and half year stay in UK with a five year scholarship. Cartoon will be visting Kenya for one month from 27th of August 2004.

    posted: Thursday 12th of August 2004
    KAMPALA (Uganda), July 30 - August 20, 2004:

Exhibition at the Uganda German Cultural Society.

Oil and acrylic paintings by Paulo Akiiki. Together with Vivienne Abwooli who displays her fabrics.

    posted: Thursday 12th of August 2004
  Peter Kwangware
Peter Kwangware
HARARE (Zimbabwe), July 25, 2004:

VERANDAH GALLERY CHARITY ART EXHIBITION.

This is the 13th year that Verandah Gallery was holding its very popular fund-raising exhibition in aid of the Emerald Hill Children's Home and Emerald Hill School for the Deaf. Lots of great artists, great music by Detema Jazz Band and great refreshments provided by Vabatsiri Soroptimists Club and a Mukuyu Wine Bar! 'The Nature of Africa' calendar for 2005 (illustrated by Dianne Deudney) was also launched and Environment Africa was there to promote their works.
Exhibiting artists: Arthur Azevedo, Jeanette Carr, Sheena Chadwick, Batsirai Chikonyora, David Chinyama, Dianne Deudney, Lindsay Ford, Sarah Fynn, Justin Gope, Rayson Hiyani, Vivi Jedeikin, Charles Kamangwana, Alex Kapondoro, Chenjerai Kadzinga, Peter Kwangware, Barry Lungu, Shepherd Mahufe, Percy Manyonga, Hugh Mbayiwa, Carole McFadyean, Daryl Nero, Itayi Njagu, Kate Raath, Jacqui Taylor, Freddy Tauro, Kier Turner, Rozanne Tunmer, Martin Van der Spuy, Di Wright, Chrystal Wynn.

The Verandah Gallery, 1 Woodholme Rd, Emerald Hill, Harare on Sunday 25 July from 10am to 4pm. Entrance: Adults $2000, Under 12yrs $500.

  posted: Friday 23rd of July 2004
  Jeff Wambugu
Jeff Wambugu
NAIROBI, July 15 - August 15, 2004:

Art in movement.
An exhibition of contemporary Kenyan art at the French Cultural Centre in Nairobi.
Exhibiting artists:
Thom Ogonga, Peterson Kamwathi, Jesse N'gang'a, Richard Kimathi, Mbuthia Maina, Eric Maina, Jimnah Kimani, Tabitha wa Thuku, Emily Odongo, Simon Muriithi, Patrick Mukabi, Michael Soi, Jeff Wambugu, Allan Githuka, Wainana Kimani, Maggie Otieno, Stephen Njenga, Gakunju Kaigwa, Peter Elungat, John Ndungu, and John Kamicha.

  posted: Thursday 22nd of July 2004
    BANANA HILL, July 17 - July 31, 2004:

Invading spaces.
Invading spaces is an initiative by artists of Studio 87. An invasion usually begins with the taking over of an artspace and installing interventions that transform the space and the systems around it.
Former iniatives: 2002: Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, UK; 2003: Museum Art Studio, Nairobi, Kenya; Ellie Springs, Lake Turkana, Kenya; Triangle Digital Network, Nairobi, Kenya; 2004: Ramoma, Godown Arts Centre, Nairobi, Kenya.

  posted: Saturday 12th of June 2004
  Jeff Wambugu
Jeff Wambugu
BANANA HILL, June 11 - July 15, 2004:

Mama and child exhibition.
The Banana Hill Art Studio is holding an exhibition on Mama and Child. The exhibition is an artistic expression of both mother and child. They reflect the love that is contained by both. The paintings are on either both or separated, but, the fact remains that their love cannot be splited. Some of the art works were done in the last workshop in April 2004.

Banana Hill Art Studio. The exhibition is in the new big studio.
Opening hours 9:00am to 6:00 pm Monday to Sunday.

  posted: Sunday 25th of April 2004
    PARIS, April 26 - May 16 2004:

Exhibition by Meek Gichugu.
Au Vrai Gallery, Paris, France.

Read more at: auvraiparis.ouvaton.org (in French)

  posted: Wednesday 14th of April 2004
    BERLIN (Germany), March 28 - May 15, 2004:

AfricArt 2004: Contemporary African paintings. Collection of Hellmut Rössler & Tulifanya Gallery, Kampala, Uganda.
(Zeitgenössische afrikanische Malerei. Sammlung Hellmut Rössler & Tulifanya Galerie, Kampala, Uganda).
Open Tuesday - Saturday: 2 - 7 p.m., Sunday: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Linienstr. 139/140 (patio), 10115 Berlin (Mitte).

  posted: Wednesday 31st of March 2004
  Douglas Musyoki
Douglas Musyoki
NAIROBI, April 15 - 30, 2004:

Group exhibition "Utopia"
with Douglas Musyoki and others.
Rahimtulla Museum of Modern Art, Upper Hill Road, Nairobi.
  posted: Tuesday 09th of March 2004
  Kivuthi Mbuno
Kivuthi Mbuno
Bologna (Italy), Feb. 25 - March 14, 2004:

Their Africa.
Contemporary painters in Kenya.
(La Loro Africa. Pittori Contemporanei in Kenya).

Read more at: www.cosv.org

  posted: Wednesday 3rd of March 2004
    NAIROBI, March 24 - April 03, 2004:

Far and Beyond.
Paintings by Sebastian Kiarie and Chain Muhandi.
Goethe-Institut Auditorium: Exhibition open Monday - Friday 10.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m., Saturday 10.00 a.m. - 2.00 p.m.

Read more at: www.goethe.de/af/nai/enpausst.htm

  posted: Wednesday 25th of February 2004
  Jimnah Kimani
Jimnah Kimani
NEW YORK, Jan. 10 - Feb. 29, 2004:

Five-Part Kenyan Art Show Hits the Big Apple.
By Kevin Kelly, The East African, Nairobi, Kenya

Read more at: www.nationaudio.com/News/EastAfrican

  posted: Friday 20th of February 2004
  Kivuthi Mbuno
Kivuthi Mbuno
DAR ES SALAM, Feb. 06 - March 14, 2004:

Exhibition of recent works by Kivuthi Mbuno at the Alliance Francaise.

Read more at: www.africinfo.org (in French)

  posted: Friday 20th of February 2004
  Veroniccah Muwonge
Veroniccah Muwonge
NAIROBI, Feb. 17 - March 06, 2004:

Timothy Brooke & Chemi Chemi Arts exhibition.
Featuring the works of Brooke, Maggie Otieno, Caroline Mbirua, Asha Hassan, Veroniccah Muwonge, Mary Ogembo, Beatrice Njoroge and Zainabu Shoko.
Rahimtulla Museum of Modern Art, Upper Hill Road, Nairobi.
Open Weekdays 9.30am-4.30pm & Saturdays 9.30am-1pm
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  Martin Kamuyu
Martin Kamuyu
NEW YORK, Jan. 10 - Feb. 29, 2004:

Kenyan art on show in New York
A review by Peter Kimani, Daily Nation, Nairobi, Kenya

Read more at: www.nationaudio.com/News/DailyNation

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  Martin Kamuyu
Martin Kamuyu
NEW YORK, Jan. 10 - Feb. 29, 2004:

KENYAart
A collaborative project of five simultaneous exhibitions of contemporary art from Kenya.

Read more at: www.fivemyles.org

and at: www.kentlergallery.org

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  Jimnah Kimani
Jimnah Kimani
The Best of 2003.

By Kenneth Kwama, East African Standard, Nairobi, Kenya

Read more at: www.eastandard.net/archives/

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  Mary Ogembo
Mary Ogembo
PARIS, 15 Septembre - 25 Novembre 2003:

Exchange artistique Nairobi - Paris

Read more at: www.lezart.org/EDM/calendrier.htm (in French)

and at: www.lezart.org/EDM/galerie_mary.htm

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  Shine Tani
Shine Tani
NAIROBI, March 07 - 16, 2003:

MABOOMBOOM
Kenya Arts Festival 2003

Read more at: www.a-gallery.de/portal/archive/maboomboom.htm
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