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Dennis Onofua

23 Nov 2022
Artpedia Gallery is delighted to present Distinct Vernaculars, a group exhibition of works by Amarachi Odimba, Fredrick Idele, Olalekan Adeyemi, Dennis Onofua and Sadiq Ajibola Williams. Featuring narratives that are peculiar to the artists, the exhibition offers distinct visual languages that are devoid of over-flogged chronicles in the contemporary Nigerian art scene and present works…

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