Female Representation in Contemporary African Art
With the advent of the Renaissance period, secular subjects became incorporated into works of art, changing the need of patrons and therefore the output of artists. Portraits of women focused on the significance of feminine beauty and its appeal to the viewer, from an archetypal social role perspective.
Asibi C. Danjuma
With Support From
Nguveren Ahua and Hannah Oghene
Special Thanks To
Christopher Alenosi, George Edozien, Yomi Momoh, Tolu Aliki, Ayoola Gbolahan, Joseph Eze, Chief Bob Aiwerioba, Prince Tola Wewe, Uthman Wahaab, Sapar Contemporary.
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