Ikechukwu Andrew Emueze holds Art Exhibition –
Contemporary African Art
One of Nigerian’s foremost artistes, Ikechukwu Andrew Emueze of Foundation for Black Heritage (FOBHE) has scheduled to hold a solo exhibition. The exhibition titled Harvest will be held at Imperial Chinese Restaurant, Victoria Island Lagos from the 1st of April ,2011 till the end of the month. According to the artist who believes that Nature is the greatest artiste ,the exhibition with the theme “Harvest is a collection of the various phases my work has undergone” he notes.
Emueze whose work is currently evolving, believes that art is his medium of communication. “I paint to pass a message, using different mediums and styles, but recently my style has changed. My art work is becoming more simplified because I have come to the realization that every thing in life should be simplified”. According to Prince Debo Akingbade, Executive Director of Imperial Chinese Restaurant, the exhibition would be a detailed revelation of the originality and artistic nature of Andrew Emueze , whose work is very inspirational.
Emueze has organised many solo exhibitions amongst them are: Crossroad of Style and Civilization held in Alliance Française, Ilorin Kwara State in 1997, Christmas fiesta held in Alliance Française, in 1998, Searching held in Lagos in 2000, That I might See held in Apapa Lagos in 2001 and others.
by Esther Onyegbula
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