Ebuka Pascal Agudiegwu
Ebuka Pascal Agudiegwu is a self-taught (b. 1997, Kano) and currently resides In Abuja, Nigeria. He started making art from childhood and ventured in professionally in 2017 after an epiphany on how he could employ his craft in making sociopolitical statements while seeking to impact positive changes at the foundations of society and beyond. Agudiegwu's innate love for drawing and painting, and his creative instinct has enabled him develop a niche in the realm of surrealism. His recent works explore conversations around Precolonial African civilisations and their influences on African descendants across the globe.
Working with a variety of materials, such as: charcoal, graphite, ink, pastel, acrylic, oil paint, salt and candle flames, his works are elaborate, and challenge the critical life issues while questioning societal norms and traditions. Agudiegwu has exhibited in both local and international exhibitions: Featured in exhibitions:
Exhibition for Contemporary Artists, National Gallery of Art, Enugu, 2019, Collect Call // Diaspora Dial Exhibition by Forme Femine Gallery 2020, Awakening Group Exhibition, Noho Studios
Chilli art projects london 2021,
Obsidian group exhibition Copeland gallery London 2021,
Under the same sky Riana Raouna gallery Nicosia Cyprus 2022,
Bad posture Eclectica Contempory Cape Town South Africa 2022,
Its all in me Affinity art gallery Lagos 2022,
Everybody is looking at Us Eclectica contemporary gallery 2022,
Dream on dreamer Riana Raouna gallery Limassol Cyprus 2022.