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I HOPE SO
SANE WADU

A Retrospective

13th January 2022 - 30th March 2022

NCAI is excited to present the first retrospective exhibition of the painter, poet and writer, Sane Wadu. Wadu came to prominence in Nairobi in the mid 1980s when he began exhibiting paintings at Gallery Watatu.

©Sane Wadu, Bless this our daily bread

NCAI Women in Sculpture Panel

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As part of our online programming, and following from the Ledge Sculpture intervention at the Royal Academy of Arts, on the 7th of September 2021, NCAI hosted a panel discussion with Wangechi Mutu, Magdalene Odundo DBE and Chelenge Van Rampelberg, moderated by Mukami Kuria. 

You can watch the recording of the panel discussion here.

TURN2 Residencies

NCAI is excited to announce the three recipients of the TURN 2 residency award in Nairobi: Jumoke Adeyanju, Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro, and Kathy Ann Tan, who will be joining us between March and December of 2022.

 

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Jumoke Adeyanju

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Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro

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Kathy-Ann Tan

MICHAEL ARMITAGE:
DREAM AND REFUGE

CHARITY EDITION IN AID OF KENYAN COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY THE PANDEMIC

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The opening of NCAI's exhibition space and library has been delayed due to the impact of Covid 19 in Nairobi.

 

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