The Art is for Sale!

If you want to buy one or more art piece, please contact HAART. A buyer may want to buy a piece, but it can only be collected once the exhibitions are over (latest 31st July 2015). To reserve a piece, a deposit of 50% has to be paid to HAART at which point there will...

“Deflowered”

Nicholas Thuita Photography on foam KES 45,000 (A2) KES 25,000 (A3) We need to be the guardians of our own, our brothers keepers. Let not money deflower our...

“Suitcase Commodity”

Wamboi Kamiru Briefcase installation KES 52,000 There are over 27 million slaves in the world today and the average sage of a girl being trafficked is 12-14 years of age. The average global price for another human being is $90 (KES 8,100). A human life is worth KES...

“Mind manipulation”

Mercy Nguyo Graphical art on canvas KES 9,000 Mind manipulation! I understand slavery starts in the mind. It's a mind game, once you give in, you're sold out to it. The hands represent people who try to manipulate people into the various forms of slavery. The...

“Do not enter”

Sheila Bayley Textured paint on leso material KES 30,000 (sold) I look at life as journey with no end; they are several obstacles, detours, stop signs, roads, and doors. The ways in which we approach this travel, works purely on human instinct and principle. Your...

“Sold Souls”

Onyis Martin Paint on paper, framed. KES 26,000 (sold) In the portrait of the boy’s face I explore the nonphysical parts of the kids trafficked, while they remain the same physically, they are never the same at the emotional...

“We are people not products”

Onyis Martins Paper Mache Statue KES 92,000 The sculpture 'we are people not products' shows the shame of the girl like it’s her fault that she is sold for sex, her clothing sells her out to the society....in their eyes, she wanted...

“Aunty: scratch to reveal series”

James Njoroge Mixed media KES 10,000 (each)  'Aunty' is a common name given to house helps. Here it is used to denote a young girl working as a house help. They are rarely seen or noticed mostly because they work in your ordinary middle income family or that this form...

“The world beneath”

Patrick Kinuthia. Paint on canvas KES 80,000 "The world beneath" it invites us to open our eyes to the children whose voices are sealed and who are helplessly transported to work in other countries as child...

“m.botched”

Wycliff Opondo Acrylic paint on canvas KES 60,000 The name of the piece is m.botched. In sheng for years househelps have been referred to as "mboch". The painting seeks to bring to the fore the reality that children are acquired from disparate families, sold a dream...

“Where is love?

Norman Njenga Paint on canvas KES 35,000 Using a minimalistic approach, I do not merely want to capture the image with my brushes; rather, I want to attract the society's love back to what matters most; you and me. Walking into the darkness, the albino dealer makes a...

“Barcode child”

Murage Gichuki Photography on canvas KES 80,000 The eyes caught mine, I was glued at every corner. (Try looking at the picture from the edge of your screen) I looked at the eyes and I thought how to capture the hope in that child's eyes but the dismay because of the...

“Child mine”

Silvester Mwangi Paint on canvas KES 18,000 It expresses the situation that is now a norm mostly in urban areas. Children are made to beg in streets hence being denied of their child rights. They are largely affected as victims of internal human child...

“Please Arm the Warrior!”

Aggrey Agwata Oil on canvas KES 20,000 "Please Arm the Warrior! (Esiankiki the Warrior)" is an oil on canvas painting by Aggrey Agwata, depicting a Maasai girl, Esiankiki faced by the fate of choices made by society either to be married early or be schooled, the...

“Objectified Humanity”

Longinos Nangila Paint on wood KES 30,000 Objectified Humanity explores the sex trafficking business that robs humanity from the victims for the benefit of others. The human dignity is forcefully taken leaving a person with a shadow devoid of an...

“Slave trade”

Gado Cartoon print on canvas. KES 10,000 Comparing the 15th and the 21st century Arab slave trade. What has...

“The judgement of history”

Jimmy Curtis Paint on canvas KES 95,000 Many things are said about history. That it repeats itself, that it determines the future, but most profoundly, that it will judge us harshly if we don't make a better world for posterity. The uncomfortable thing about this...

“From brutality to dignity”

Maryanne Nguyo Dress with chained past dress KES 15,000 Freedom from brutal enslavement to dignity. My name is mother of all. I represent the cry of every loving mother. Today, every day, I cry for the freedom of all my children both young and old. With tears flowing...

“Half a life trodden”

Josiah Nzola Wood KES 27,000 The half trodden life symbolizes child labour. Most enslaved people lost half (half face) of their most significant part of life which is childhood (the small foot).They became blind (gorged eye sockets) to the kind of life they should...

“The beast of burden”

Josiah Nzola Wood and metal KES 35,000 The Beast of burden is inspired by the mythical Atlas who is said to bear the weight of the world on his arms and shoulders literally. But in this case, the carving shows slavery of not only the physical but the “self".....taking...

“The Immigrant”

Otieno Gomba Multi Media Statue KES 45, 0000 This piece reflects the inward condition of being crippled from being exploited through various types of trafficking. It shows how years of abuse can affect both the physical and emotional state of a...

“Beneath the veil”

Robert Dinda Photography on canvas KES 19,000 (each) (the top one is sold) Beneath the veil depicts the hidden reality of things not being as they seem. She thought she was receiving a job as a way to a better life, but behind closed doors she is being exploited. When...

“The Tools of Male Slavery”

Bethan Uitterdijk Photography on the canvas KES 9,000 (each) The Tools of Male Slavery (Coffee beans is sold) This piece depicts the various tools of male slavery. I was inspired to communicate that the trafficking of males is fuelled by many demands, be it farming or...

“Under your nose”

Rehema Baya Photography on the canvas KES 22,000 Mheshimiwa knows you look up to him. Mheshimiwa knows he has you where he wants you. Mheshimiwa knows you think what he wants you to think. Mheshimiwa has secrets. Mheshimiwa hurts you where it counts. Mheshimiwa needs...

“Under your nose”

Rehema Baya Photography on canvas KES 16,000 Children are trafficked for sexual exploitation right under our noses… by people we meet… by people we know. Pause for a second. Be curious. Protect our...

“Witchcraft”

Kennedy Odhiambo Photography on canvas KES 16,000 This staged photograph explores the horrific realities of child organ trafficking for witchcraft. The child is taken from their parents or sold off, then their organs are extracted for various witchcraft related...

“Within a lenses’ reach”

Adam Balcerek Photography on canvas KES 25,000 Young Kenyans are likely to be victims of human trafficking. We can protect them by giving them job which will provide decent work and earnings. The camera is photographer’s tool that shows symbolically the difference...

“Child labour in Migingo”

Rabala Paint on canvas KES 75,000 Very many children are being deceived and they are trafficked to Migingo Island to go and do fishing. This a big problem around Lake...

“Child soldiers”

Anita Kavochy Paint on Panel Board KES 37,000 Art piece is talking about child being trafficked to go and be child soldier. The child represent African child from a ghetto community who is forcefully taken by the Army of Somali to go and be trained. The child’s...

“Child trafficking”

Ashif Malamba Paint on canvas KES 60,000 (sold) The painting depicts trafficking basically child trafficking. Some children may be kidnapped for sex or to be trained as child soldiers. I try to show destinations where exactly the whole exercise is notorious. All in...

“Sex commuting company”

Kevo Stero Paint on panel board KES 65,000 Art piece talks about sex trafficking. It is an illustration of a sex billboard of a sex commuting company. The billboard shows how much it costs to get someone at a specific space, time, place and...

“Home and away”

Lucinda Ochieng Paint on Canvas KES 12,000 It is a story of how a girl is being exploited in her own home, to her; it's not home...

“Victims faces”

Nadia Wanjiru Paint on canvas   KES 9,000 (Each) These paintings of victim’s faces show the hidden struggle as well as the hope for the African woman who has either been trafficked or has lost a child to trafficking. There is hope for restoration even after one has...

“Title: Child hustler.”

Alex Maina Wachira Photography KES 25,000 Its 10 o'clock on a Tuesday night, the usually crowded streets are less populated as most city residents are in the comfort of their homes after a long day's work, perhaps bonding with their children and to catch some rest...

“Title: Child hustler.”

Alex Maina Wachira Photography KES 35,000 It’s 10 o'clock on a Tuesday night, the usually crowded streets are less populated as most city residents are in the comfort of their homes after a long day's work, perhaps bonding with their children and to catch some rest...

“The Hustle”

Mutua Matheka Framed photography KES 80,000 Everyone is reaching for something. Struggling to get somewhere and make meaning to life. This is a universal struggle yet it seems some struggle a lot more than others. Some have to jump over higher hurdles. Ultimately,...

“In Her Own Words”

Photography by Xavier Verhoest Drawings by Almasi* KES 15,000 All the proceeds for this piece will go solely to Almasi. Almasi was deceived by a childhood friend that said she could work as a cleaner in Mombasa in white people’s houses and make a lot of money. She was...