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Julius Agbaje’s solo exhibition: The Pipes That Bind Us is ongoing at No. 59 Raymond Njoku Street, South West Ikoyi, on Lagos Island, Nigeria.

“It’s absolutely electric and a must-see!”, declares Ugoma Ebilah, founder and director of BLOOM Art Gallery, organisers of the exhibition.

“It’s on now and until the 1st of July 2022 (pls ask me for the catalogue, you may thank me later😎)”. Ms. Ebilah, who also runs the Lights, Camera, Africa Film Festival”, explains.

“BlackMale 1”, a painting from one of the artists’ past exhibitions (not in this ongoing show). Acrylic on canvas, 2020. Artist says: We are tired of being used as targets, we’re tired of racial or ethnical profiling, we’re tired of bad governance. We demand change!

“But that’s not the story …* 12 noon, Saturday 25 June 2022 you are cordially invited to attend an artist talk and conversation with him”, Ebilah notes, adding: “We are really excited to share more about this brilliant young artist, his process and his reasons”.

The exhibition itself will wrap up on July 1, 2022.

 

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