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Sandro Godel exhibits Kenyan-inspired art

In Summary

• The artist's paintings on display have an African heritage theme

• He was hosted by Swiss Ambassador Ralf Heckner

Famous Swiss artist Sandro Godel staged an exhibition at the Switzerland ambassadorial residence during a Francophonie cocktail on Tuesday.

The artist's paintings on display have an African heritage theme. He was hosted by Swiss Ambassador Ralf Heckner.

Others present were French Ambassador Aline Kuster-Menager, Belgian Ambassador Nicolas Nihon, Ukranian Ambassador Andrii Pravednyk, Godown Arts Centre director Joy Mboya and Strathmore University vice chancellor designate Vincent Ogutu.

Swiss Embassy first secretary counsul Zita Ballman and Swiss Cooperation officer regional director Thomas Oertile
Swiss Embassy first secretary counsul Zita Ballman and Swiss Cooperation officer regional director Thomas Oertile
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Swiss artist Sandro Godel
Swiss artist Sandro Godel
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Some of the artwork on display
Some of the artwork on display
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Swiss Ambassador Ralf Heckner and his French counterpart Aline Kuster-Menager
Swiss Ambassador Ralf Heckner and his French counterpart Aline Kuster-Menager
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TV hosts Mary Mwikali and Evie Maina admire the artwork
TV hosts Mary Mwikali and Evie Maina admire the artwork
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Godown Arts Centre director Joy Mboya and Belgian Ambassador Nicolas Nihon
Godown Arts Centre director Joy Mboya and Belgian Ambassador Nicolas Nihon
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Ukraine Ambassador Andrii Pravednyk and spouse Maria Pravednyk
Ukraine Ambassador Andrii Pravednyk and spouse Maria Pravednyk
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