Afriart Gallery can assist you in transforming your space by offering you a convenient and extremely cost effective way to source artwork. We sell and rent art to collectors, corporate businesses, schools and health centers, government offices and NGOs in Kampala. View our online gallery to make a selection, or visit the gallery for more fine art pieces.
Afriart Gallery is a focal point of Kampala’s artistic community and provides a wonderful space to showcase the exquisite art of Uganda. The gallery shows the best of African fine art. One of the leading fine art venues in the region, we are hosting established and emerging artists from Uganda, Africa and the rest of the world. View a list of upcoming, current and past exhibitions.
Whether you are moving to a new location, remodeling a current facility, or simply upgrading your offices, artwork completes and personalizes the space. Are you looking for a customized piece of art or advise on how to decorate your business reception area? We have experienced staff that can assist you. We also provide curatorial services, interior design, as well as cataloging of art collections.
Afriart Gallery has launched some exciting products and services. From art books to ceramics, fabrics and recycled glass ware, we have great gifts for any occasion. Recently Artist Paul Ndema opened his limited edition design T-Shirts under his own label NDEMA. We also have a professional framer for all your picture framing requirements. Enjoy the Discovery!
An art exhibition with new paintings by Ronex. Friday 9 January. Opening reception 6pm. Exhibition until January 30th.
Ugandan Artist RONEX will be exhibiting his latest paintings in a show dubbed “SLEEPLESS NIGHTS” at Afriart Gallery Kampala. Ronex is well known for his diverse abstract technique, were all his works have one thing in common “they were all painted in the night”. Definitely a show not to miss!
- Daudi Karungi and Paul Ndema – Latest Things III
- Edison Mugalu – Art and Life
- Henry Mzili – Head
- DAVID KIGOZI – Some Good Moments of the Olden Days
- Ipoot Joshua – Impact of Bride Price on the Karamojong Community
- Daudi Karungi and Paul Ndema – Latest Things
- Jude Kateete – Hearing melody with the eyes
- Eria ‘Sane’ Nsubuga – Abanene
- Sanaa and Kamya Charles