Beatrice Wanjiku

Beatrice Wanjiku,(b 1978) canvases and works on paper constantly probe the human condition, delving into psychological issues and repeatedly questioning our reality and the space we occupy. informed by her environment and society’s perceptions that surround her, Wanjiku’s practice scratches away at the superficial images we project in daily life.

The plight of lions in the wild. How they’re susceptible to injury during hunts and fighting for territory.

This Lion is part of The Global Pride sculpture trail.

Samarra

Tusk Lion Trail 2021 - Beatrice Wanjiku - Generously sponsored by Safaricom Image Credit: Nick Andrews
Generously sponsored by Safaricom
Located in Nairobi, Kenya
Langata Road, Uhuru Gardens Estate, Nairobi, Kenya

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Lion Sculpture Location:

Nairobi National Park Main Gate – 1 of 2 Lions

Langata Road, Uhuru Gardens Estate, Nairobi, Kenya

Google Map Link:
https://goo.gl/maps/oMdK7P3ptqcMyVaL9
What3Words:
https://what3words.com/union.perky.clubbing
Google Plus Code:
MQ8H+7V Nairobi, Kenya
GPS Co-ordinates:
-1.334114, 36.780337

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This lion will go to auction at Bonhams on 9 November 2021, with 100% of sale proceeds going directly to support Tusk’s conservation projects in Africa. To register your interest in advance please contact Tusk on 01747 831005 or [email protected]

The initiative is presented by DHL in association with our global co-sponsor ISPS Handa. Each lion is generously sponsored by a Lion Trail corporate partner or donor.