‘Look One Group’ Exhibition Launches on 5th September at Xenson Art Space
Look One group exhibition is showcasing the works of five phenomenal emerging young artists. Each artist has a distinct and profound story to share through their art forms. This will be the first exhibition for each of the artists giving us the opportunity to be the first to experience their work.The exhibition will be open from 5th September to 30th November, starting at 12pm.
The artists to exhibit are Bob Archist, Trevor Aloka, Remmy Sserwadda, Kabonge George Wasswa and John Bosco Muramuzi.
Wanyama Robert Achie also known as Bob Archist is a water resource engineer turned painter and has been practicing since 2015; Trevor Aloka is a self-taught artist who uses various media like charcoal, paint and photography. Remmy Sserwadda is a contemporary artist with realistic human figures in conceptual postures and poses with detailed backgrounds, some of his inspiration is from African prints and fabrics (kitenge).
Muramuzi John Bosco is an industrial art graduate; painting exquisite fantasy land and cityscapes, last but not least is the prolific Kabonge George Wasswa, he has concentrated on the ", pointillism" style, his works are full of detail and color.
Xenson Art space is a multidisciplinary curated space aimed at nurturing the new creative generation, providing a space for the artists to exhibit and showcase their work, located along Kenneth Dale Drive Kamwokya.