JACQUELINE SUOWARI’S FETISH FOR THE HIDDEN SELF 

In an ongoing solo exhibition in an Abuja-based gallery, the leading female ballpoint pen artist Jacqueline Suowari extends her exploration of the subtleties of the human body language while examining the conflict between the public persona and the masked inner self. Okechukwu Uwaezuoke reports                          …

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ENGAGING SOR AND HIS SENSIBILITIES

In a nod to these desperate times, the Abuja-based artist Sor Sen urges the viewer to scour beneath his linear stokes and evocative colours and discern the hidden meaning behind man’s existential conditions. Okechukwu Uwaezuoke writes ART-LOGUE Could waking up daily to a “quite erratic” routine be an artist’s antidote to these depressing times? Perhaps, Sor Sen …

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IBE ANANABA’S VISUAL SONGS OF COURAGE

With his latest body of works, featuring at an ongoing exhibition in Lagos, Ibe Ananaba takes the viewers’ gaze beyond the gloominess of the present times as he offers hopes for a brighter future. Okechukwu Uwaezuoke reports LEGENDS If ever a situation qualified as custom-made for introspection, it would be the government-imposed lockdown in response …

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IN DIGITAL ART, GBENGA OYEDELE FINDS HIS VOICE

Discovering digital art through photography opened a new career vista for Gbenga Oyedele soon after his degree in mass communication from a private university. Okechukwu Uwaezuoke reports ART-LOGUE “Renaissance”? A big close-up on a half-face of a man seems to loom from out of a predominantly green-and-brown-hued cityscape. Or, is the cityscape that is flitting …

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