RETRACING AN ARTIST’S FOOTPRINTS IN THE COLLECTIVE CONSCIOUSNESS

Getting set for his first solo exhibition in Lagos since 2015, Germany-based Chidi Kwubiri consolidates his renown in the local art scene. Okechukwu Uwaezuoke writes EXHIBITION                          A canny self-vision – backed up, of course, with steadfast diligence – seemed to be all that was needed. …

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A PEEK INTO AN ARTIST’S MISSALIGNED WORLD

In her debut solo exhibition in Lagos, Tiffany-Annabelle Davies shares with candour and self-assurance the experiences of the female sex during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic lockdown with her audience. Okechukwu Uwaezuoke reports EXHIBITION MissAligned? Albeit a mere play with words, this title is an unnerving reminder of humanity’s fall from grace. It evokes the entanglements caused by …

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AN ARTIST’S WORLDVIEW AND THE ECONOMICS OF A LARGER WORKSPACE 

For Abuja-based artist Obi Nwaegbe, his recently-expanded workspace in Abuja’s Mpape district represents a significant milestone in his career, Okechukwu Uwaezuoke writes ART-LOGUE There is something dreamlike about reliving the fact that, not too long ago, Obinwaegbe Studios started as a home studio and office space. Thus, from its modest beginnings, it has now expanded into an …

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