Paul Onditi

Born in Kenya in 1980, Paul Onditi moved to Germany in 2000, where he studied art at The Hochschule Für Gestaltung in Offenbach Am Main. In 2010 he returned to Nairobi, where he is currently living and painting. He is part of a generation of young African artists working on the Continent whose engagement with contemporary art is rapidly gaining international attention.

The piece reflects the growing impact and challenge of human wildlife conflict faced by communities living alongside national parks.

This Lion is part of The London Pride sculpture trail.

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Tusk Lion Trail 2021 - Paul Onditi - Generously sponsored by Ninety One Image Credit: Nick Andrews
Generously sponsored by Ninety One
Located at Covent Garden
35 The Market, Covent Garden, WC2E 8RF

Image Credit: Nick Andrews

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Lion Sculpture Location:

Covent Garden

35 The Market, Covent Garden, WC2E 8RF

Google Map Link:
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What3Words:
https://w3w.co/really.stack.oasis
Google Plus Code:
GV7H+32 Edgware
GPS Co-ordinates:
51.512627,-0.122377

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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]

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