Being Free3 - 31 Oct 2020 In Being Free, Deborah Segun explores the diverse bodies of women through shape and colour, portraiture and narrative, creating an important counterpoint to society’s patriarchal notion of the “ideal woman”. Combining abstraction and figuration Segun creates voluptuous figures in varied graceful poses, celebrating the female form in a refreshing, lyrical style, in her solo exhibition.
1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair, London7 - 12 Oct 2020 Presenting a solo showcase of master Ugandan artist Sanaa Gateja at 1-54 London. Sanaa shows for the first time, his 6 panel work titled 'Paths', depicting the journey of the world's largest continent and the Mother of Mankind, Africa. In these works, Sanaa tells a story of human experiences from across the continent, celebrating and recording paths that lead to various destinies along the way. He believes all journeys have a purpose and influence, ranging from nomadic existence, immigration, exploration, trade, even the most horrific of all journeys - wars and slave trade and thus, make up the most profound of all human stories, The Great Continent's Great Story.
NEO CUSTODIANS6 - 30 Sep 2020 In Neo Custodians, three young artists, Ifeatuanya “Ify” Chiejina, Nwakuso Edozien, and Johnson Eziefula sift through layers of social, ancestral, and cultural inheritance and influences in an attempt to define, examine, and celebrate self.