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Unsung Heroes | Artistic Intervention Promotes Senegalese Youth

  Remnants of an urban poster campaign can still be found wheat pasted throughout the city of Dakar. Ten portraits of unknown Senegalese youth jostled for space and visibility during the Dak’Art Biennale…

Ojeikere, A Compelling Monograph on a Photographic Legend

Ojeikere, A Compelling Monograph on a Photographic Legend

J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere’s iconic black and white images chronicle more than six decades of societal, historic and cultural shifts across Nigeria. His hip studio portraits document west African flair. Images of architectural landscapes…

The Walther Collection

The Walther Collection

On November 10, 2012, The Walther Collection collaborated with NYU’s Department of Photography and Imaging and the University College London, for a symposium on ‘Alternative Ways to Describe Historic and Contemporary African Photography.’…

Nii Obodai | What Happened to Our Dream of Independence?

Nii Obodai | What Happened to Our Dream of Independence

Opening the pages of Who Knows Tomorrow, one is presented with stark and compassionate portraits, hazy silhouettes and distant landscapes. A variance in light, the adjustment of the lens so that the frame…

Mary Evans | Cut and Paste

Mary Evans | Cut and Paste

For the better part of 20 years, mixed media artist Mary Evans has fused elements of her Nigerian heritage and European upbringing. Spending her shaping years between the cities of Lagos and London made…

Pre-loved Designs

Yinka Ilori | Upcyling Designer

Passionate, is an appropriate term to describe London born, Nigerian furniture maker Yinka Ilori. A young talent, his vision is to create a bespoke yet sustainable design collection. By sourcing used, vintage or…

Folorunsho, An Abundant Concept

Folorunsho, An Abundant Concept

The more you give the more you get! Whenever you share with others you realise how much you have. When you give, you feel rich. We want to share with you all we…

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Namsa Leuba | The Art of Deconstruction

The work of visual artist Namsa Leuba is not easily definable.  A conceptual master, Leuba examines themes of construction and deconstruction, through the use of unidentifiable locations, props, unique colours or configurations that…

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