Fairmont The Norfolk, in Nairobi, will host an exciting photography exhibition starting this Thursday, the 12th September, running to Sunday 22nd September 2019.
The exhibition dubbed Cycle of Life will feature unique historical collections showcasing great Kenyan heritage and experiences created by Anthony Russell using photographic images of memorable moments and connections with animals and people captured over a thirty-year span.
The 10-day exhibition will be the first in a hotel by Anthony Russell, going back decades and will provide a platform to showcase Kenyan heritage and experiences. Substantial percentage of the proceeds will go to Wildlife conservation initiatives.
Anthony is a professional artist, designer, musician, philanthropist and conservationist with a passion for lions and Masai culture. He has drawn upon a lifetime of experience in the African wilderness, a deep knowledge of tribal culture and a rebellious and artistic spirit to create some of Africa’s most desirable and iconic Art.
Axel Hauser, General Manager, Fairmont The Norfolk commented: “Heritage is an integral part of the Norfolk. This is why hosting Anthony Russell for this historic exhibition means a lot to us. The event is an opportunity to display Kenya’s experiences captured through the camera over a thirty-year span”.
The exhibition’s opening night event will be taking place at the Cin Cin Lounge Bar at Fairmont The Norfolk on Thursday 12th September from 6.00pm. The hotel will offer a selection of signature cocktails from yesteryears inspired by the its glamourous heritage at a 50% discount. These include; The Kangaroo Aka Dry Martini, 1940’s Moscow Mule, 1950’s Bloody Mary, 1960’s White Russian Aka the Caucasian and 1980’s Cosmopolitan cocktails. Guests are also invited to sample Tatu Restaurant dining at a 15% discount throughout September.
“We welcome our guests to indulge in an exceptional dining experience featuring local produce and authentic flavours in an oasis of tranquility coupled with a home away from home feel” concluded Axel.