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3 May 202230 June 2022

Lagos-based visual artist Bernard Kalu completed an Enjoolata artist residency on ONCA Barge in April 2022. Onye Ocha Biara Uwa Ojii, the body of work that emerged, is a continuation of Kalu’s exploration of the subject of colourism.

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CONTENT WARNING: The text accompanying this exhibition discusses racism and its roots in slavery and colonialism.


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3 May 2022
30 June 2022
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