In collaboration with A Whitespace Creative Agency, The Noire Experience presents SPLIT, an International Women’s Month Art Exhibition from March 6—March 13, 2022. The group exhibition is curated by Sosa Omorogbe, the co-founder of SABO Art, an art advisory and curatorial firm specializing in the modern and contemporary art of Africa and its diaspora.
SPLIT brings together the works of six female Nigerian contemporary artists, each with their own unique artistic bent and vision. Features Zida Kalu, Fiyin Koko, Blossom Oyeyipo, Ama Ejiogu, Wami Aluko, Chigozie Obi. Each artist will display artworks showing their distinctive representation of the essence behind this year’s international women’s day campaign; #breakthebias
On show are various styles of artworks ranging from digital art, painting, mixed media, and photography. The exhibition aims to promote the collective ownership of women’s advocacy for diversity, fairness, and inclusivity in Nigerian society, while also celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.
The artists in coming together will be hoping to make a strong impression on not only the art community, feminist struggle enthusiasts, but also on the everyday person, in recognizing the value of stamping out unfair judgments and stereotypes against women.
The exhibition opens at Untitled, 59 Raymond Njoku, Ikoyi on the 6th of March. Early access 1PM-3PM and then it opens to the general public at 5PM. There will also be an Exhibition talk on International Women’s Day; Tuesday 8th, March at 5PM at the exhibition space.