Monthly Archives: June 2011

Exhibition:These have I Loved

The Dignity of Labour, Painting, Ufuoma Onobrakpeya, 2008 THESE HAVE I LOVED is a celebration of very ordinary things which have been presented in a compelling manner to create a magical aura. The works of art featured in the Adumadan … Continue reading

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Rahmon Olugunna

Rahmon Olugunna was born on the 2nd March 1973 in Oshogbo, Nigeria. Olugunna is a second generation Oshogbo artist, which takes its name from the ancient Nigerian town of Oshogbo – renowned as a cradle of Yoruba culture and spirituality. … Continue reading

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Featured Artist Bode Olaniran

Bode Olaniran Born in Sokoto and trained in Zaria under Gani Odutokun where he obtained a diploma, specializing in painting from at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria in 1988. Since coming to Lagos after Zaria, in 1989, he has been … Continue reading

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Exhibition :These Have I Loved

Exhibition from Collection of Adumadan Time Sat 18th June 2011 at 2.00p.m. runs till 27th June at Aina Onabolu House, opp Entrance B, National Theatre, Iganmu Lagos, Nigeria. Exhibition will show rarely seen sculptures, photographs and paintings from the Adumadan … Continue reading

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Commentry On Christian Art in Nigeria

The very idea of FESTAC in the mid 70’s, was widely condemned by many churches all through out Nigeria, as a return to fetish images, connected to curses and ancestral covenant symbols and paganism by Nigeria. In 30 years since … Continue reading

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