About “IN AND OUT”

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Charles parents, Baba Ainainy Njau (1918-2006) and Mama Martha A Njau (1928-2014) with Kerstin Norell, IAO Permanent Secretary. Mwalimu Mama Martha at the age of 80 years old, appreciated and encouraged by the Roadmap of “IN AND OUT” Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation noble endeavour, sent her hand written comments in Swahili as fax message about “IN AND OUT” for supporting women and disadvantaged artists to His Excellency Ambassador Hassan O. G. Kibelloh when he was Tanzania’s Ambassador to France 2008.

PRESIDENT KIKWETE WITH CHARLES A NJAU AT GRAND HOTEL STOCKHOLM SWEDEN
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Professor Peter Dahl supported visual artist Charles A. Njau during his studies at Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm, Sweden. On the photo above he is attending opening ceremony at one of Charles’ art exhibitions in Stockholm, Sweden. Above you can see professor Peter Dahl’s letter about “IN AND OUT” Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation, dated 5 September 2006.


His Excellency President of the United Republic of Tanzania Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete wrote the letter above dated 4 November 2015. On the Photo is President Kikwete and His Excellency’s predecessor, His Excellency President of the United Republic of Tanzania, Honorable Dr John P Joseph Magufuli.

Her Excellency, Ambassador Ms Liberata Mulamula
Her Excellency, Ambassador Ms Liberata Mulamula

Her Excellency, the Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania to the United States of America and Mexico, Ms Liberata Mulamula above was awarded the Medal under the Order of the United Republic First Class accolade for her long and outstanding service to the nation by His Excellency, The Honorable Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete President of The United Republic of Tanzania during the investiture ceremony that was held at the State House in Dar es Salaam Tanzania on the 23rd June 2015. Her Excellency wrote the letter above dated 5 May 2015.

Her Excellency, Ambassador Ms Liberata Mulamula
Her Excellency, Ambassador Ms Liberata Mulamula

Her Excellency, the Ambassador and Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation, Ms Liberata Mulamula wrote the letter above dated 31 August 2015. Her Excellency is Honorary Member of the International Advisory Committee for “IN AND OUT” Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation.

Charles Gray
Charles Gray

His Excellency President of the United Republic of Tanzania Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete is Honorary Member of the International Advisory Committee for “IN AND OUT” Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation and Honorary Consul Honorable Charles H Gray, IAO Permanent of “IN AND OUT” NGO for Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation wrote the letter above dated 29 November 2014.

Charles Gray
Charles Gray

United Republic of Tanzania Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation, His Excellency Bernard Membe and Honorary Consul Honorable Charles H Gray, IAO Permanent of “IN AND OUT” NGO for Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation wrote the letter above dated 22 February 2015 dated 11 November 2015.

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Honorary Consul Charles H Gray signs official document at a special ceremony at the Tanzanian Embassy in Washington DC with Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania to United States of America and Mexico, Her Excellency, Ms Liberata Mulamula, Honorary Member of the International Advisory Committee for “IN AND OUT” Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation, and Honorary Consul Honorable Charles H Gray is also IAO Permanent of “IN AND OUT” NGO for Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation who wrote the letter dated 22 February 2015.

Charles Gray
Charles Gray

President Kikwete welcomes Honorary Consul Charles H Gray during the official signing ceremony and reception for Tanzania Consuls representing the USA


To the left is Charles’ mother, Mama Martha A Njau and to the right of the photo above is Charles’ father, Baba Ainainy Njau in Stockholm Sweden. At the centre of the photo is His Excellency the Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania to France who wrote the letter above dated 16 October 2007. On the photo to the left is his spouse, Amina. Visual Artist Per Bengtsson and his friend besides Baba Ainainy are the other persons on the photo. His Excellency the Ambassador is Patron and Promoter of “IN AND OUT” Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation, and Honorary Member of the International Advisory Committee for “IN AND OUT” Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation.

Slides showing thirty years documentation 1971-2001 of Charles A Njau career as artist were never returned to him after they were received by Director David Elliott 2002 as his own letter indicates he received them at Mori Art Museum in Tokyo Japan. The slides and other important documents were forwarded to Mori Art Museum in Tokyo Japan in May 2002 by Moderna Museet in Stockholm Sweden. Only 19 slides weighing 64 gm and a cd were returned. They were not returned from Mori Art Museum in Japan to Moderna Museet in Sweden or to Charles A Njau as they were received there weighing 2 kg containing 544 slides and four important documents at Mori Art Museum in Tokyo Japan 2002 by Director David Elliott. They were to be donated to Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation.

Swedish post receipt dated 21 May 2002 shows 2, 0 Kg of Charles A Njau’s documentation from 1971-2001 was sent to Moderna Museet in Stockholm Sweden and then Moderna Museet forwarded it afterwards to Director David Elliott at Mori Art Museum in Tokyo Japan May 2002 as Director David Elliott confirms by his own handwritten letter from 15 August 2002.



Dr Masahiro Tetsuo’s two emails above dated 25 June 2009 and 26th June 2009 concerning Charles A Njau’s decimated documentation from 1971-2001. It was Dr Masahiro Tetsuo who found Lawyer Haruaki Murao and paid for his high legal fees from July 2009 to December 2009.



Email above dated 21 July 2009 and 17 September 2009 respectively from lawyer Haruaki Murao.



Email above dated 25 September 2009 from lawyer Haruaki Murao after the negations he had on that day with Mori Art Museum and Mori Building Co., Ltd. officials in Tokyo Japan concerning Charles A Njau’s decimated documentation from 1971-2001.



Email above dated 25 September 2009 from lawyer Haruaki Murao after the negations he had on that day with Mori Art Museum and Mori Building Co., Ltd. officials in Tokyo Japan concerning Charles A Njau’s decimated documentation from 1971-2001.



Information about Charles A Njau’s documentation from 1971-2001 that was decimated in the premises of Mori Art Museum in Tokyo Japan 2002 after Moderna Museet in Stockholm in Sweden forwarded it to Director David Elliott and he received it. For further information please refer to Director David Elliott’s handwritten letter dated 15 August 2002 attached above.



Additional information about Charles A Njau’s documentation from 1971-2001 that was decimated in the premises of Mori Art Museum in Tokyo Japan 2002 after Moderna Museet in Stockholm Sweden forwarded it to Director David Elliott and he received it. For further information please refer to Director David Elliott’s handwritten letter dated 15 August 2002 attached above.



Email dated 4 November 2009 from His Excellency Ambassador Dr H. O. G. Kibelloh concerning Charles A Njau’s documentation from 1971-2001 that was decimated in the premises of Mori Art Museum in Tokyo Japan after Director David Elliott received it there 2002.



Letter above dated 24 May 2010 was written by Ms Birgitta Arvas, Group Leader, Curator, Registrar’s Office at Moderna Museet in Stockholm Sweden after Mori Art Museum in Tokyo Japan failed to return all the missing documentation from 1971-2002 belonging to Charles A Njau that Moderna Museet in Stockholm Sweden forwarded to Director David Elliott at Mori Art Museum in Tokyo Japan 2002.


Engineer Ishael Ole Siroiney to the right of this photo wrote the letter above dated 2 February 2016, and he is International Advisory Committee Member for “IN AND OUT” Global Art Exhibition Project for Mwalimu J K Nyerere ArtFoundation. To the left of the photo is his spouse Lilly, Kerstin and their daughter Elin. Kerstin Norell is IAO Permanent Board Member and IAO Permanent Secretary.