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1 Feb
After showing his work internationally, including in London, Lagos, Cape Town and New York, Nigerian-born artist Chibuike Uzoma is in Paris for his first solo exhibition at the Mitterrand Gallery. Entitled "Twelve Tickets", his exhibition engages issues such as contemporary politics, post-colonialism, migration, popular culture and themes related to religious and ethnic conflicts. He spoke to Eve Jackson.
24 Aug 2023
Ife Olowu is leading the AR revolution in Nigeria - through his art. The artist from Lagos has been able to curve a niche for himself through the effective application of digital technology to his works, with most of his paintings fetching up $10,000 each.
28 Jun 2023
Visual artist Olowu Ife is using augmented reality (AR) to breathe life into his pieces, experimenting with different mediums to carve a niche in Nigeria’s art scene.

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