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A Journey Into Contemporary African Art- Group Show

Rom Isichei - Chidi Kwubiri - Duke Asidere - Alimi Adewale - Gerald Chukwuma  - Suraj Adekola   Opening Reception: Tuesday September 17, 2019 6:00 - 10:00 pm Exhibition running until Nov. 1st As part of BEIRUT ART WEEK, Belvedere Art Space is thrilled to invite you to its third collective...

Becoming A Person of Texture

‘Becoming a person of texture' is an experimentation and exploration of texture in my journey through different materials that I have employed in my art practice. I have used materials such as Canvas, Dyed Canvas [Batik], Yoruba Aso Oke Weave, and Textile Collage and now...

Diamond in the Rough [Salon Show ]

Artist Statement  I think that painting relates very neatly to individual experience and the exploration of immediate environment. With painting, I always get the impression that you’re sort of documenting contemporary issues that create discourse.  —Alimi Adewale    Alimi Adewale is a painter and sculptor who explores urban issues...

DEFYING SAMENESS

Somewhere along the line, “disruptive innovation” became a buzzy concept in business circles. But disruption, innovation, and defied expectations have long been tools in the artist’s kit. A  priority of these body work in this salon show is to disrupt norms and defy expectations because...

SPRAWLING CITIES @ RETROAFRICA

Alimi Adewale, has been living in the urban sprawl of Ibeju Lekki, Lagos for the past decade, through art he explores life within these non-conforming developments, elaborating further on this theme, he embarks on an enquiry into the scattered existence of fringe urbanisation. Pinpointing and...