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Fairmont The Norfolk hosts African Art exhibition

It entailed cocktails and tribal art at the hotel’s sumptuous Cin Cin Lounge Bar

In Summary

•  The event provides a platform for art exhibitors to display their works and content

Fairmont group manager Njeri Chege with Fashion stylist Lisa Christoffersen
Fairmont group manager Njeri Chege with Fashion stylist Lisa Christoffersen
Image: Douglas Okiddy

Kenyan Art came alive last Thursday as Fairmont The Norfolk began an exciting week-long African art exhibition called, ‘African Inspiration’.

It entailed cocktails and tribal art at the hotel’s sumptuous Cin Cin Lounge Bar. Guests were treated to a showcase of unique collections of rare and valuable arts curated by Lisa Christoffersen.

 

 The event aims to provide a platform for different art exhibitors to display their works and content.

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