East African artist exhibition opens in Nairobi
Addis Ababa, 25 June 2014 (WIC) – East African Artists Exhibition opened in Nairobi on Friday evening, the-star.co.ke reported.
The artists, coming from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Sudan, showcase 50 art works, four of which are sculptures. Some of the artists include Dawit Abebe and Ephrem Solomon (Ethiopia), Francis Imanjama and Nadir Tharani (Tanzania), Michael Soi and Sidney Mang’ong’o (Kenya).
The opening saw a strong showing from the art loving community in Kenya including BL Mirror Fund managing partner Jacco Brink, lawyer Fergal Gaynor who represents victims at the ICC trial at The Hague in Netherlands and the UNHCR’s Liz Palmer.
The exhibition is organised by the Circle Art agency and sponsored by CFC Stanbic.
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