Wednesday, 18 February 2015
KAMWATHI, BEATRICE WANJIKU AND JUSTUS KYALO EXHIBITION ON SHOW AT NATIONAL MUSEUM OF KENYA
Special invitation to view the following current art exhibitions prior to the forum:
Free entry between 2.00pm and 4.00pm:
You are welcome!
Peterson Kamwathi | Beatrice Wanjiku| Justus Kyalo
This exhibition featuring three internationally acclaimed Kenyan artists tends to focus on a minimalist approach right from the roomy negative wall spaces to the simple yet interrogative nature of the individual works. Each is remarkable for its inquisitorial slant on humanity and sensation.
The artists using their different approaches connect with us in various ways. Beatrice Wanjiku explores the intrinsic nature of human beings to transform; the shifting nature of our consciousness. Working in several series or clusters Peterson Kamwathi’s work addresses the different issues; social, political and environmental that affects our existence whoever we are, wherever we are. Justus Kyalo on the other hand experiments with colour as a substance, a material, and a tool to provoke our emotions.