Afro Tunes (Yeah-Yeah series 1) by Ibe Ananaba

Afro Tunes (Yeah-Yeah series 1) by Ibe Ananaba

Watercolor, 24 x 30in, 2014

August meeting by Tony Nsofor

August meeting by Tony Nsofor

Acrylic and paper on canvas, 52 x 48in, 2015

Urban Chic in Blue Shoes by Ibe Ananaba

Urban Chic in Blue Shoes by Ibe Ananaba

Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 36in, 2015

Body No Be Firewood by Ibe Ananaba

Body No Be Firewood by Ibe Ananaba

Oil on Canvas, 42 x 42in, 2015

Couple (Sunshine day) by Tony Nsofor

Couple (Sunshine day) by Tony Nsofor

Mixed media painting, 20 x 29, 2015

Dreamer by Ibe Ananaba

Dreamer by Ibe Ananaba

Mixed media (Charcoal, acrylic and newspaper), 36 x 36in, 2015

Like This & Like That by Ibe Ananaba

Like This & Like That by Ibe Ananaba

Oil on Canvas, 36 x 42in, 2015

Rehearsal by Ibe Ananaba

Rehearsal by Ibe Ananaba

Acrylic on canvas, 55 x 55in, 2014

Retweet by Ibe Ananaba

Retweet by Ibe Ananaba

Oil on Canvas, 36 x 42in, 2015

Soulmates II,

Soulmates II,

Acrylic on Paper, 36 x 48in, 2015

The Deluge swept the windows away by Tony Nsofor

The Deluge swept the windows away by Tony Nsofor

Acrylic and Photographic print, 48 x 48in, 2014

He Said... by Ibe Ananaba

He Said... by Ibe Ananaba

Mixed Media (Acrylic and Newspaper), 24 x 28 inches, 2015

Internet Love by Tony Nsofor

Internet Love by Tony Nsofor

Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 48 inches, 2015

Mother and Child by Tony Nsofor

Mother and Child by Tony Nsofor

Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 48 inches, 2015

Next Outlook by Ibe Ananaba, 2015

Next Outlook by Ibe Ananaba, 2015

Mixed Media (Charcoal, acrylic, and newspaper) 36 x 36 inches

She Said... by Ibe Ananaba

She Said... by Ibe Ananaba

Mixed Media (Acrylic and Newspaper), 24 x 28 inches, 2015

Soulmates by Tony Nsofor

Soulmates by Tony Nsofor

Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 48 inches, 2015

Speed of thoughts and words by Tony Nsofor

Speed of thoughts and words by Tony Nsofor

Oil on canvas and collage, 2015

Survivor by Ibe Ananaba

Survivor by Ibe Ananaba

Oil on Canvas, 55 x 55 inches, 2014

The King Feasts on His Subjects by Tony Nsofor

The King Feasts on His Subjects by Tony Nsofor

Acrylic and oil on paper, 20 x 28 inches, 2015

Afro Tunes (Yeah-Yeah series 6) by Ibe Ananaba

Afro Tunes (Yeah-Yeah series 6) by Ibe Ananaba

Watercolor, 24 x 30in, 2014.jpg

Babel's New Language Set by Tony Nsofor

Babel's New Language Set by Tony Nsofor

Oil on Canvas and collage, 2015

Bloggers Gist (comment section) by Ibe Ananaba

Bloggers Gist (comment section) by Ibe Ananaba

Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 42 inches, 2015

Change Seemed Familiar by Tony Nsofor

Change Seemed Familiar by Tony Nsofor

Oil on Canvas, 48 x 37 inches, 2015

Displaced from being Human by Tony Nsofor

Displaced from being Human by Tony Nsofor

Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 36 inches, 2015

Displaced, With No Where Like Home by Tony Nsofor

Displaced, With No Where Like Home by Tony Nsofor

Oil on Canvas, 48 x 36 inches, 2015

  • Recent Works: Ibe Ananaba & Tony Nsofor
  • Ibe Ananaba Tony Nsofor

  • November 1 - 24, 2015

  • Temple Muse


  • Of Music, Migration & Meaning: Ananaba & Nsofor’s creative response to global issues
    An art exhibition showcasing paintings and mixed media works by phenomenal contemporary artists, Tony Nsofor and Ibe Ananaba, introduces art enthusiasts to the very heart and pulse of Nigerian creativity responding to global issues such as migration and the effect of social media on inter-personal communication.
    Both artists creatively explore human relationships and pressing global issues through strikingly diverse and engaging styles that express an exciting range of honest and bold contemporary creativity. Ananaba and Nsofor are artists with critical eyes and social conscience, who are using their creativity as vehicles for advocacy through artistic expression.