Ismael Kateregga

(1980 ) - Artworks
KATEREGGA Ismael Peak Hours Ii

Bonhams /Mar 10, 2010
2,224.03 - 3,706.72
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Ismael Kateregga - Kampala

Ismael Kateregga - Kampala

Original 2011
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Lot number: 201
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Ismael Kateregga (Ugandan, born 1980) Kampala signed and dated '© Kateregga 2011' (lower left) oil on canvas 91 x 123cm (35 13/16 x 48 7/16in). unframed PROVENANCE: Acquired directly from the artist A private collection, UK In his paintings, Kateregga explores the social challenges of urban life in Kampala, Uganda. Kateregga has had solo shows in Kampala, Nairobi and London and his work is a regular feature at the East Africa Art Biennale in Dar es Salaam.
Ismael Kateregga - Monday Afternoon

Ismael Kateregga - Monday Afternoon

Original 2010
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Lot number: 189
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Ismael Kateregga (Ugandan, born 1980) 'Monday Afternoon' signed and dated 'Kateregga 10' (lower right); further signed 'Ismael Kateregga' (verso) oil on canvas 122 x 170cm (48 1/16 x 66 15/16in). unframed PROVENANCE: Acquired directly from the artist A private collection, UK Ismael Kateregga studied Industrial and Fine Arts at Makerere University in Uganda before beginning his career as a painter. Kateregga explores local themes depicting daily activities as in the chaos of urban Kampala, the trends and social challenges affecting society. His use of media is a combination of oils, acrylics and egg tempera. Kateregga has held ten solo Exhibitions in Kampala, six in Nairobi, and one in London at the Royal Commonwealth Club in 2009. His work has been regularly featured at the East African Art Biennale, Dar es Salaam.
Ismael Kateregga - Peak Hours I

Ismael Kateregga - Peak Hours I

Original 2007
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Lot number: 111
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Ismael Kateregga (Ugandan, born 1980) 'Peak Hours I' signed and dated 'Kateregga 07' (upper right) oil and acrylic on canvas 148.5 x 199cm (58 7/16 x 783/8in). Footnote: PROVENANCE: Acquired directly from the artist A private collection, UK Ismael Kateregga studied Industrial and Fine Arts at MakerereUniversity in Uganda before beginning his career as a painter.Kateregga explores local themes depicting daily activities as inthe chaos of urban Kampala, the trends and social problemsaffecting society. His use of media is a combination of oils,acrylics and egg tempera. Kateregga has so far held seven solo Exhibitions in Kampala, two inNairobi, and one in London at the Royal Commonwealth Club in 2009.His work has been regularly featured at the East African ArtBiennale, Dar es Salaam. He has also exhibited in Norway andSweden.
Ismael Kateregga - Peak Hours Ii

Ismael Kateregga - Peak Hours Ii

Original 2007
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Lot number: 115
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Ismael Kateregga (Ugandan, born 1980) Peak Hours II signed and dated 'Ismael Kateregga 07' (lower left) oil on canvas 58 1/4 x 77 3/4in (148 x 197.5cm) unframed EXHIBITED London, Royal Commonwealth Society, March 2009, no.2. Ismael Kateregga studied Industrial and Fine Arts at MakerereUniversity in Uganda before beginning his career as a painter. Todate he has held several solo exhibitions in Kampala and Nairobi.Kateregga's work is also regularly featured at the East African ArtBiennale in Dar es Salaam.
Ismael Kateregga - United We Stand

Ismael Kateregga - United We Stand

Original 2008
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Lot number: 112
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Ismael Kateregga (Ugandan, born 1980) 'United we stand' signed and dated 'Kateregga 08' (lower right) oil and acrylic on canvas 99.5 x 122.5cm (39 3/16 x 481/4in). Footnote: PROVENANCE: Acquired directly from the artist A private collection, UK Ismael Kateregga has recently spent time studying animals and theirbehaviour, using his findings as inspiration for a new series ofpaintings. These works differ from his city scenes, using a moremild and monochromatic palette with translucent washes that emulatethe natural African landscape and atmosphere.
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