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 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
Ngozi Omeje: Connecting Deep
Art, Review

Ngozi Omeje: Connecting Deep

Ngozi-Omeje Ezema graduated from the Department of Fine and Applied Arts, University of Nigeria, Nsukka in 2005, where she also obtained a Masters of Fine Arts degree in ceramics. Among...

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September 21, 2018
Review: John Madu, Identity Tones
Art, Review

Review: John Madu, Identity Tones

John Madu’s Identity Tones is an exploration of metaphors and symbolism seeking answers to questions on the impact of globalisation on the African identity. It indeed raises questions surrounding the...

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August 24, 2018