Author Archives: adeoluwa oluwajoba



adeoluwa oluwajoba

adeoluwa oluwajoba is an artist, art writer and a curator-in-training interested in the modes of exhibition-making and its role in fostering critical discourse in the society. he is particularly interested in the critical engagement of art and examining the dynamic ways in which art mirrors and engages the society. As a visual artist, his broad oeuvre explores themes of self-identity, blackness, masculinity and human spaces. oluwajoba holds a B.A in Fine and Applied Arts from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife with a major in Painting.

In Conversation with Larry Amponsah
Art, Interview

In Conversation with Larry Amponsah

Born on November 11, 1989 in Ghana and now living and working in London, Larry Amponsah studied BFA in painting at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, proceeded to...

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June 13, 2019
In Conversation with Chidi Kwubiri
Art, Interview

In Conversation with Chidi Kwubiri

Born in 1966, Chidi Kwubiri studied Fine Arts (painting) at the Art Academy of Dusseldorf in Germany. Over his prolific career, Kwubiri has developed a process of dripping paint on...

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June 10, 2019
Gallery Profile: Ubuntu Gallery
Art, Interview

Gallery Profile: Ubuntu Gallery

Founded by Ahmed El Dabaa, Ubuntu Art Gallery opened its doors in October 2014 and specialises in contemporary Egyptian artworks and secondary-market modern Egyptian art. The gallery promotes both young,...

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May 03, 2019
Artist Dossier: Gerard Sekoto
Art, Market File

Artist Dossier: Gerard Sekoto

Celebrated for his deeply emotive depiction of humanity and everyday scenes, Gerard Sekoto (1913-1993) is widely recognised as the pioneer of Black South African art and social realism in South...

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April 25, 2019