Lot 5 Peterson Kamwathi, Untitled (Sheep on Submarines) 2007
The Art Auction East Africa 2018
The Art Auction East Africa 2018 will be held on Monday 12 March 2018 at Den, dusitD2, 14 Riverside, off Riverside Drive, Nairobi.
Champagne reception 6pm, bidding commences at 7.30pm. Entry is reserved for bidders only.
Auction Lots will be available to preview from 28 February to 7 March 2018, 10am to 5pm, Circle Art Gallery, 910 James Gichuru Road, Lavington, Nairobi.
An annual Auction of Modern and Contemporary East African Art was launched in Kenya in 2013 to considerable public and media attention, locally and internationally. This is the first and remains the only commercial art auction in the region and has been hugely successful. Every year since its launch, sales have increased and the auction has been the most anticipated event in the Nairobi art calendar. The sale attracts both local and international art collectors with over 300 guests attending as well as telephone bidders from all over the world.
This year we are presenting 53 Lots from seven countries and to celebrate our 5th edition we are including for the first time artists from West Africa. We are showing a small collection of Nigerian Modern art including pieces by Twins Sevenseven and Bruce Onobrakpeya and a large painting by Ghanian, Ablade Glover, as well as excellent works by our bidders’ favourites — Peterson Kamwathi, Rashid Diab, Geoffrey Mukasa, Eli Kyeyune and Charles Sekano.
Bids and Enquires:
Danda Jaroljmek: +254 (0)722 672 938
Arvind Vohora: +254 (0)72 603 324
Conditions of Sale:
All buyers must register to bid prior to the sale and are requested to provide photographic proof of ID and if requested, a bank reference. Please see Registration and Bidding Forms downloadable below.
For those leaving Absentee bids, please provide details for the lots on which you wish to place bids at least 48 hours prior to the sale.
This auction is subject to important Conditions of Sale downloadable below. Please read these carefully.
There will be a buyers’ premium of 15% + VAT (17.4%) on top of the hammer price. The auction will be conducted in Kenya Shillings.
The dollar estimates listed in brackets are used for reference only. The exchange rate used is KSH100 to USD1.