‘The company she keeps’ Art exhibition
By Guardian Exclusive
01 June 2022 | 1:00 pm
Tiwani Contemporary is pleased to present 'The company she keeps'. A group show bringing together five artists, Chioma Ebinama, Miranda Forrester, Temitayo Ogunbiyi, Nengi Omuku, and Charmaine Watkiss who worked internationally. Materially and collectively their works draw attention to intimacy, reparative approaches, and the valorization of labour.
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