I explored kó art space to witness a collective exhibition featuring artworks by Peju Alatise, Sokari Douglas Camp, Juliet Ezenwa Pearce, and Chinwe Uwatse. This exhibition navigates the complexities of representing and defining women in contemporary Nigeria through a female perspective. It delves into the interplay of cultural history, gender stereotypes, and social norms through various mediums like painting, sculpture, and mixed media. These works deconstruct conventional perceptions of women while advocating for inclusivity, nuance, and activism.
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