Circle Art

Founded in 2012, and based in Nairobi, Kenya, Circle Art Gallery promotes contemporary art from Eastern Africa.

Through group and solo exhibitions, as well as participation in various international art fairs, the gallery has increased local and international visibility for established and emerging artists. Working closely with local and international collectors and curators, we are building a strong and sustainable market for East African artists.

ART X Lagos 2018

Michael Musyoka, Bride Price Negotiations, 2018 (detail)
ART X Lagos 2018, Booth 4, 2-4 November 2018

Circle is pleased to attend the 3rd edition of ART X Lagos, showing a selection of works by Michael Musyoka (Kenya, b. 1986) and Sarah Elmur (Sudan, b. 1966)

1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair London

Circle Art Gallery Booth W9 West Wing 1:54 London 2018
Circle Art Gallery at 1:54 London 2018, Booth W9, West Wing, Somerset House
Booth W9, Somerset House, London, 4-7 October 2018

Circle Art Gallery is pleased to present Dennis Muraguri, Shabu Mwangi and Ian Mwesiga


Exhibition at Circle Art Gallery by WiseTwo
WiseTwo, Into the Cosmos, 2018
Circle Art Gallery 26 September – 26 October 2018

Circle Art Gallery is pleased to present Time Travel – the first ever exhibition in Africa by Kenyan street artist and muralist, WiseTwo.

Michael Soi: China Loves Africa

Michael Soi, China Loves Africa 75, 2018
Circle Art Gallery 15 August – 15 September 2018

Circle Art Gallery is pleased to announce Michael Soi: China Loves Africa. China Loves Africa is an ongoing series dealing with the political and economic relationship between Africa and China. With his characteristic sense of humour and irony, Soi questions the motivation behind this new global power in Africa and its implication for ordinary citizens.