Innovative Painting: Remember to Rise is an Olufeko and London Business School Collabo Endorsed by the Noteworthy
As the world economy braces for fierce economic headwinds, data science in art commodities as mixed media paintings will be showcased in a cross-continental exhibition within Africa. Announced in the melting pot city of Lagos, Nigeria during the 4th fiscal quarter of 2018, a collective of 10 pieces is to be exhibited in 2019. This new kind of art comes at a pivotal time for the economy, as foreign investors from the African diaspora seek dynamic and time-tested models to scale the value of indigenous enterprises to the world stage.
Ade Abayomi Olufeko best known as Ade, an enterprising technology polymath and a former New York City-based design artist, whose multidisciplinary work spawned festivals platform; Visual Collaborative, will be making his art form debut on the African continent through partnerships in the following countries; Nigeria, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Senegal, Botswana, Morocco and South Africa. Remember To Rise a new exhibition named after his peer reviewed title piece will address cultural and economic barriers to entry, through econometrics and Afrofuturistic brain-gain models. Olufeko has previously collaborated with Oxford University, Harvard, and London Business School including many multinational socio- economic NGOs. The traveling exhibit as pop-ups or art previews is set to run until 2020.
Following his involvement as guest moderator at a London Business School conference with the African club the art piece Remember To Rise garnered the signatures of celebrities and high-profiled figures at and outside the conference such as; Sir Ozwald Boateng OBE, Sola David Borha, Seun Kuti, Amy Jadesimi, Didi Akinyelure, Rikki Stein, Biola Alabi, Adeniyi Richard M-A, Adebola Williams, Franklin Amoo, Alexander Amosu, Tara Fela-Durotoye, Mostafa Terrab, Micheal Ugwu, Kanya King MBE, Bronwyn Nielsen, Neanda Salvaterra, George Asamani, Oyinda Emelia Olufeko, Sade Michael A and Soji Solanke.
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