- Gerald Chukwuma, EVERYDAY, 2000
- Gerald Chukwuma, Mirror Mirror on the Wall, 2016
- Gerald Chukwuma, Moon Walkers, 2016
- Gerald Chukwuma, YOU, 2016
- Obiora Anidi, Anya Ike..innocence of the Youth, 2000
- Obiora Anidi, Beauty at Crossroads, 2016
- Obiora Anidi, Down Not Out, 1999
- Taiye Idahor, Eniye, 2015
- Obiora Anidi, Eleganza, 1996
- Obiora Anidi, Shades of a Beauty, 2016
- Taiye Idahor, Abeiuwa, 2015
- Taiye Idahor, Aisosa, 2015
- Taiye Idahor, Ekinadoese Ivie series, 2015
- Taiye Idahor, Ewmanta, 2015
- Taiye Idahor, Ivieva No 1 Bini language meaning Twins, 2015
- Taiye Idahor, Ivieva No 2 Bini language meaning Twins, 2015
Obiora Anidi, Gerald Chukwuma, & Taiye Idahor represent a fresh perspective on the evolving African narrative with their fresh, bold use of materials and unapologetic commentary on socio-political issues. Anidi’s experimental sculptures created out of marble and colored cement rise out of a rich Uli tradition to stand proud like contemporary avatars. Chukwuma’s carved, burnt and metal clad wooden slats and tapestry of recycled materials reflect a complex mesh of culture and message. Idahor’s intricate collage and pencil drawings reflect Bini royalty and ancient African feminism.
All three artists present recent works at the maiden edition of ART X Lagos, West Africa’s first art fair, showcasing 60 cutting edge artists from 10 countries across the continent.
ART X Lagos is a new art fair designed to widen Nigeria’s connection to the contemporary art scene across Africa and internationally. The fair aims to provide the best insight into what the visual art sector in Africa has to offer to a wider local and international audience, and to encourage African and international patrons to visit Lagos.