EXHIBITION

UPCOMING
 
SEPTEMBER 14-24,2017
 

PAVEL BURIAN

 
 
 
 
OCTOBER 2017
 
 

NAIGZI TEWOLDE

 
 
 
 

 
OCTOBER- NOVEMBER,2017
 
NOVEMBER 2017
 
 
 
 

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SEIFU ABEBE

 
 
 

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NEBYOU TESFAYE

JUNE 29th-JULY 8th 2017

Born in Addis Ababa in 1978, Nebyou Tesfaye Chaka grew up with a strong desire to be an artist. As a young boy, he often liked to draw on almost everything; his admiration for color continued to develop well into his adulthood, when he joined the AAU School of Arts and Design in 1999. Afterwards, Nebyou relocated to USA pursue further education at the West Los Angeles College. Over the years, Nebyou's art has morphed into different genres but his current works focus on "The Reflection" of his daily life. On this exhibition, he continues to portray his existence on his canvas inspired by
"Reflection of Scenarios."
 

 

 

LEGACY BY DESTA HAGOS

 

Born in Adwa, Tigray in 1952, Desta was enchanted by color and shape as a little child. Desta's work won competitions at the age of 10 and 11 in India and Tanzania. Right after Empress Mennen High School she joined the School of Fine Arts in Addis Ababa and graduated with a diploma with distinction in Fine arts in 1969. After a brief period of teaching art, Desta joined the Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, California, USA where she majored in Art culminating her BA degree in 1973.
Since 1992, she has participated at least in one exhibition every year and has shown her work both in Ethiopia and abroad receiving international recognition and numerous awards. Her works can be found in international organizations as well as private collections including the National Museum in Ethiopia.
 

MARCH 24th - APRIL 12, 2017

DESTA HAGOS

 

 

TARIKEN LEZARE

FEBRUARY 17- MARCH 12,2017
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

HAILU KIFLE AND TAMIRAT SILTAN

 
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REFLECTION#2

 
 
KIDANE GETAW,
NATANEL ASHEBIR,
YOSEPH SEBOKSA
JANUARY 1-22, 2017
 
 
 
 

 

ADDIS FOTO FEST-AtWork(lettera27)

 
 
 
 
Group Exhibition
Abel Tamiru, Abinet Teshome, Alemu Engida, Aron Simeneh, Brook Zerai, Emmanuel Tegene, Eyoeal Kefyalew, Hailu Kifle, Mahder Haileselassie, Mahlet Birhanu, Nardos Tamirat, Natnael Girumneh, Ruth Bekele, Sumeya Mensur, Tarik Tadesse, Vicky Kassahun, Yohannes Balcha, Yonas Tadesse, Zena Mogos
 

 

MERID TAFESSE

 
 
 
NOVEMBER 11- DECEMBER 12, 2016
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Born in Ethiopia in 1974, a direct descendant of the Royal Solomonic House of Ethiopia through his mother, Merid was raised in Addis Ababa by his well-traveled banker father whose extensive collection of books and international travel influenced Merid's trajectory as an artist. His mother innate artistry and his frequent visits to her home in Piassa also inspired the budding artist. Admitted into the Addis Ababa University School of Fine Arts and Design in 1994, he developed his ideas and skills parallel to his social consciousness and intellect. Graduating in 1998, his introspective connections to the philosophies of Emperor Haileselassie I, the music of Bob Marley and the prose of Khalil Gibran and Oscar Wilde led him to explore the potential impact of his art as well as his first residency and exhibition in Jerusalem in 1999.
"No mixing, drying,....needed so I can express myself spontaneously,""Even if he has never been to a...place before, Tafesse has a knack for capturing its particular atmosphere. His sensitivity to social issues coupled with his eye for detail is evident.....

Merid enjoys his space and autonomy, confident in the knowledge that every moment is to be relished and every experience creates a new canvas.
 

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KOHAR KEVORKIAN

OCTOBER 8 TO OCTOBER 30, 2016

 
 
 

YOUTH SPEAK OUT!

Photo Exhibition | July 1 - 15,2016

Insightful Photo voice exhibition presented by Ethiopian adolescents in Addis Ababa
 
The creative and production designer, Kohar Kevorkian, specializes in creating arts and artifacts using the most creative, stylish and groundbreaking techniques. Kohar's products are not only artistically groundbreaking, but they are also created using the most environmentally sustainable means. Her latest creations, leather carpets and bags are handmade using a blend of discarded and scrap leather. Sold under the brand name Kohar Collections®, her leather carpets and bags exhibit a workmanship that blends traditional and modern techniques, to produce stylish, contemporary and high-quality products.

PHOTO EXHIBITION

APRIL, 2016

 

GROUP EXHIBITION

June - July, 2016

Yared Oliveli
Tamirat Siltan
Tewodros Bekele
Yonathan Wondewossen
Ashenafi Mestika
Salim Hussen
Solomen Assefaw
Wondwossen Melakeselam
Bethel Alemayehu
 

GROUP EXHIBITION

April – May, 2016

Addis Gezahegn
Dereje Demissie
Merikokeb Birhanu
Kerima Ahmed
Addiskidan Ambaye
Leayne Tilahun
Henok Ayele
Wondemagegn Belete
Natty Rebel (USA)