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Otobong Nkanga: The art world’s rising star

By Abiodun Ogundairo
20 October 2020   |   9:01 am
Currently exhibiting in Berlin, the Nigerian artist has been labeled the top art 'star of tomorrow' by Kunstkompass. In her art, Otobong Nkanga examines human exploitation of land.

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