Nahosenay Negussie is an Ethiopian artist who was born in April 1987 in Addis Abeba’s Ferensay district. In 2012, he graduated with honors from Alle School of Fine Arts and Design (Being outstanding student of the year from the department). Following that, he attended various workshops in Addis Abeba led by well-known foreign and local artists. He also received the Japan Prize scholarship in 2012. He is currently employed as a full-time studio artist in multidisciplinary fields dealing with social issues. His art is contemporary in style and often abstract or semi-abstract in design, emphasizing color, texture, contrast, and value relationships.
He also helped to establish the ‘Moged’ Fine Arts Studio. During this time, he oversaw and worked on a number of high-profile fine art projects, including a large-scale mural art installation at the main building entrance of the Ethiopian Foreign Affairs Office and the Jupiter International Hotel. During and after his time at art school, he participated in a variety of artistic activities, workshops, and charity programs, as well as exhibiting in over eight group exhibitions at venues such as the National Museum, UNECA, Radisson Blue Hotel, Alliance Ethio-Francis, and Alle School of Fine Arts. Nahosenay’s work can be found in both public and private collections in Ethiopia and around the world.
Spend some time seeing and appreciating his works. It would be the highlight of your day.