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Festival 2017

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Nov 25 -
Dec 15 2017

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Omenka Gallery Opening 2015 Image

Omenka Gallery Opening 2015

Mon 26th Oct, 2015

6 PM
Omenka Gallery, 24 Modupe Alakija Crescent, Ikoyi

Design is History

Exhibiting Photographers

Ben Krewinkel ( Looking for M)

Gloria Oyarzabal ( La Picnolepsia de Thsombé)

Max Pinckers & Michiel Burger (The Struggle for Freedom in_________

Navin Kala ( Vitiis nemo sine nascitur)

 

The New York Times ‘Lens’ Exhibit (Looking Forward) Curated by Whitney Richards.

A selection of images by photographers around the continent published on Lens. While religious, racial or identity con2icts may arise in different regions throughout Africa, the nine featured photographers show- case a wide- range of communities captivating stories of courage, resilience and hope for a better future. Participating photographers: Katie Orlinsky, Glenna Gordon, Joao Silva, Sipho Mpongo, Sam Phelps, Andrew Esiebo, Robin Hammond, Zara Simiry and Carolina Arantes.


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