| Installation View | Signage

| Installation View | Signage

| Installation View | Emedjo VI

| Installation View | Emedjo VI

| Installation View |

| Installation View |

| Installation View | Ore Ri Canaan (Feast in Canaan)

| Installation View | Ore Ri Canaan (Feast in Canaan)

| Installation View |

| Installation View |

| Installation View | Oberokpa Vayeroya (Farmer and Wife)

| Installation View | Oberokpa Vayeroya (Farmer and Wife)

| Installatiob View | Mother Teresa

| Installatiob View | Mother Teresa

Orhale Orise

Orhale Orise

IMG_8803

IMG_8803

Efioto vephran

Efioto vephran

Odovan (A self given social name)

Odovan (A self given social name)

Erhele

Erhele

Osiobe

Osiobe

Agbranran (Thunder)

Agbranran (Thunder)

Miniature images Panel III

Miniature images Panel III

Afieke

Afieke

IMG_8768

IMG_8768

Okunovu

Okunovu

Ekpu Idolo (Money bag)

Ekpu Idolo (Money bag)

Aro Osomo

Aro Osomo

Ivwie

Ivwie

Asiribo

Asiribo

Ibiebe Thanksgiving Dance I

Ibiebe Thanksgiving Dance I

Atassa I

Atassa I

Atassa II

Atassa II

Tive Ephrana Danure, Tive Edara? (Where do these birds come from, where are they bound?)

Tive Ephrana Danure, Tive Edara? (Where do these birds come from, where are they bound?)

Ore Ri Canaan (Feast in Canaan)

Ore Ri Canaan (Feast in Canaan)

The Lord is my Shephard

The Lord is my Shephard

Saint Paul

Saint Paul

Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa

Pope John Paul (Second edition)

Pope John Paul (Second edition)

I love my wives (Eyame Jevwe)

I love my wives (Eyame Jevwe)

Opha ve Ikopha (Bride & Maids)

Opha ve Ikopha (Bride & Maids)

Ubiebi Fude

Ubiebi Fude

Igbento (Woman with Plaited Hair)

Igbento (Woman with Plaited Hair)

Eghrighri (Rainbow)

Eghrighri (Rainbow)

Lunar Myths II

Lunar Myths II

  • ENI! You can always tell where the elephant has passed by
  • Bruce Onobrakpeya

  • April 27 - July 22, 2019

  • The Wheatbaker


  • In celebration of 60 years of studio practice, this exhibition presents 31 rare prints spanning the prolific career of Professor Bruce Onobrakpeya, one of Nigeria’s most prestigious artistic pioneers.

     

    Onobrakpeya is a founding member of the Zaria Art Society and began experimenting with diverse media showcasing Nigeria’s rich history, culture, philosophy, environment, as well as chronicling the nation’s socio-political development through paintings, sculpture, low relief foils, prints, and installations.

     

    Onobrakpeya has received many local and international awards and his works have been exhibited at the Venice Biennale, the Tate Modern, the Smithsonian and many other prestigious institutions. He received the UNESCO Living Human Treasures Award in 2006.