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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.
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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