Digitized Creativity Gallery, Nairobi National Museum 24 March - 24 April 2016 Daily 8.30am to 5.30pm Normal rates apply
Digitized is an exhibition of new works by Adrian Nduma. It is a collection of works that are highly experimental created around the theme of e-waste disposal.
Adrian Nduma is a professional contemporary artist based in Kenya. He holds a bachelors degree in Education (Fine Art) from Kenyatta University. He Largely works with Acrylics on Canvas. He has crisscrossed professions, beginning as a high school teacher straight from his bachelors degree. He then did two years in an advertising agency , before joining a bank. He worked in the bank for five years and as he was taking his masters degree in Business Administration (MBA), he decided to quit his banking job and embark on his art career full time. He was the first Chairman of the Kenya Visual Artists Network and he is currently the Vice Chair. Adrian’s works can be seen in private collectors’ homes, offices and public offices /spaces.
Notable among his work is his two huge paintings that rest at the Entrance of State house Nairobi. He has done commissions for stanlib among other banking institutions.
Adrian has been featured in several publications including Msafiri (A Kenya airways in-flight magazine),The Star, the Business Daily, Invest Kenya among others. He has held Exhibitions in various parts of the world in galleries and private homes. Adrian has commanded the highest price for an artwork bought in Kenya, first in 2011 when he clocked 2.1 million and recently in 2015, at the National Museums of Kenya where he sold for 2.9 million.