CONVERGENCE features a collection of new paintings by Titilola Fagbemi - merging self expression and artistic experimentation with the dynamics of intergenerational relationships. Fagbemi seeks to re-member and reunite the mother-daughter body, unraveling the intricate threads that weave this salient relationship; highlighting the essence of matrilineal bonds in a bid to unearth a chain of intergenerational support systems that have long nurtured and propelled women forward.
Collect Call - Diaspora Dial
Collect Call // Diaspora Dial is a virtual exhibition designed by Forme Femine to confront the limitations on how African femininity is portrayed by African artists.
Forms of Re.Placement
'Forms of Re.Placement' emerges as an ode to the shared histories and personal visions of the three artists: Eyitayo Alagbe, Omoyeni Arogunmati, and Paul Ayihawu, dissecting depths of identity, spirituality, and societal constructs while paving the way for a renewed understanding of one’s essence. This exhibition challenges viewers to reconsider their place within the world and confront the legacies that continue to shape our perceptions.
The Fragility of Humanity
Forme Femine presents 'The Fragility of Humanity' by Nigerian artist Janet Adebayo. Adebayo's paintings explore human existence, delving into familial bonds, personal evolution, and life's ephemerality. Her 'mosaic skin' technique portrays vulnerability, embracing darkness and light.