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Building on his earlier series ‘What Was Dead Was Never Dead’, Nonso presents work spanning still images, augmented reality, installation, sound and performance. In this exhibition, form is considered across time and worlds, drawing connections between the spectral and corporeal. Mining personal experiences and research across places and perspectives, he imagines and narrates intimate family histories, presenting the existing body as an embodiment of all that has come before. An ode to departure and continuance.

Transcendental Signified opens on June 26, 2022 at Rele’s  Lagos gallery | 32D Thompson Avenue. 

 
Currently ongoing at Rele
 
The exhibition of select works from the Yinka Fisher Collection still remains open at our Lagos gallery till June 25. The works presented examine stylistic figuration from modern Nigerian art of early independence to contemporary practices.

Kindly pay us a visit if you’re yet to see the exhibition. We look forward to seeing you.

 
 
Dipo Doherty’s solo exhibition Finding Home also remains on view at our Los Angeles space till July 23. 

In this body of work, Doherty confronts the unfolding realities of being a relatively new immigrant in an increasingly multicultural environment. Populated by stylised, geometric forms, shown either independently or in a meld of composite forms, Doherty’s canvases offer reflections on a developing state of transition and cultural assimilation.

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