Author Archives: adeoluwa oluwajoba



adeoluwa oluwajoba

adeoluwa oluwajoba is an artist, critic and art writer. He holds a B.A in Fine and Applied Arts from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and is currently the Programme Officer at The Ben Enwonwu Foundation.

Kadara Enyeasi: City Portraits
Art, Column

Kadara Enyeasi: City Portraits

Writing about Paul Strand’s photographs, John Berger talks about a frontality in the artist’s images: “The subject is looking at us; we are looking at the subject.” Berger considers the...

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February 26, 2019
Emmanuel Unaji: Perception and Reality
Art, Interview

Emmanuel Unaji: Perception and Reality

Emmanuel Unaji is a Nigerian multimedia artist based in London. Combining painting, drawing, collage, and fashion design, Unaji’s style is often described as rebellious and bold. Inspired by the fashion...

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February 11, 2019
Review: Young Contemporaries 2019
Art, Review

Review: Young Contemporaries 2019

The Young Contemporaries 2019 exhibition at the Rele Gallery in Onikan, Lagos features a total of 36 characteristically two-dimensional but materially diverse works, ranging from acrylics, watercolours and oil by...

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February 04, 2019
In Conversation with John Madu
Art, Interview

In Conversation with John Madu

John Madu is a fast-rising multidisciplinary artist, whose work overlaps the boundaries between art and design through metaphor and such iconographic symbols, texture, indigenous patterns and colour. His most recent subject...

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January 18, 2019