Posts Tagged: Kenyan art

Jackie Karuti’s work ‘There Are Worlds Out There They Never Told You About’, 2016, in ‘The New Observatory’ @ FACT

Jackie Karuti’s work, There Are Worlds Out There They Never Told You About, 2016 featured in the exhibition ‘The New Observatory’ at FACT  (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), Liverpool, UK, from 22 June – 1 October 2017. It consisted of two

Jackie Karuti’s work ‘There Are Worlds Out There They Never Told You About’, 2016, in ‘The New Observatory’ @ FACT

Jackie Karuti’s work, There Are Worlds Out There They Never Told You About, 2016 featured in the exhibition ‘The New Observatory’ at FACT  (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), Liverpool, UK, from 22 June – 1 October 2017. It consisted of two

Dennis Muraguri – understanding the past to shape the future

Art Highlights of 2016 To shape the future, we must understand the past, to make changes in the present. 1. Dennis Muraguri creates visual art that makes the viewer think. Post-colonialism, neo-colonialism, capitalism, urban studies are all themes discussed in

Dennis Muraguri – understanding the past to shape the future

Art Highlights of 2016 To shape the future, we must understand the past, to make changes in the present. 1. Dennis Muraguri creates visual art that makes the viewer think. Post-colonialism, neo-colonialism, capitalism, urban studies are all themes discussed in

joe lukhovi, Jackie the Third

Karuti, Muraguri, Kabiru, three very different artists

Jackie the Third (Jackie III) In The Case of Books an ongoing performance work is based around the communal ritual of dusting, cleaning and arranging library books. A key part of the performance is around the conversations that happen on the anatomy of knowledge,

joe lukhovi, Jackie the Third

Karuti, Muraguri, Kabiru, three very different artists

Jackie the Third (Jackie III) In The Case of Books an ongoing performance work is based around the communal ritual of dusting, cleaning and arranging library books. A key part of the performance is around the conversations that happen on the anatomy of knowledge,

Bold exhibition explores the pain of Substence misuse

Before you step foot into the Kuona gallery (an exhibition space willing to take the risk on edgy exhibitions) you will likely know the theme of the exhibition, from the leaflets and posters advertising the show. ‘Enjoy Responsibly’  is a

Bold exhibition explores the pain of Substence misuse

Before you step foot into the Kuona gallery (an exhibition space willing to take the risk on edgy exhibitions) you will likely know the theme of the exhibition, from the leaflets and posters advertising the show. ‘Enjoy Responsibly’  is a