Sejiro’s Abuse of Innocence exhibition is still on at Angels and Muse.
This Sunday, Sejiro will be in conversation with the curator Adeoluwa Oluwajoba. The interview will be live on Instagram here, however, there are limited in-person seats available, please send an email if you’ll like to attend in person.
Click hereto watch a video walkthrough of the exhibition, here to view the catalog and herefor more information via our website!
I Pray This Ends Soon | Acrylic and Paper on Canvas | 59.8 x 82 Inches | 2020
Left to right – The Best Behind Me Is In Control | Layers of Violence II | Layers of Violence I
Left to right – This Is Clear But We Act Like We Can’t See I | Why Treat Us Like Criminals | This Is Clear But We Act Like We Can’t See II
Crucifixion of Innocence | Acrylic and paper on canvas | 75.8 x 59.8 Inches | 2020
We are committed to ensuring that all necessary guidelines are met. If you plan on attending the exhibition in person, masks will be required for entry and social distancing guidelines will be adhered to, therefore only a select number of people will be allowed in the space at the same time.
The Address and Opening Hours are as follows;
Angels and Muse, 3 Sumbo Jibowu Street, Ikoyi.
Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 5pm