This is the first solo exhibition in the UK of work by British/Nigerian artist Adeniyi (‘Niyi) Olagunju. The exhibition comprises wood-based installations, made using discarded wooden-pallets, referencing global trade, and its effect on Africa. Born in 1981 in Sagamu, Nigeria, Niyi Olagunju now lives and works in Fort Worth, Texas. He studied at Lagos College, (Yaba Tech), and the Ruskin School, Oxford University. He also served a four year stint in the Royal Engineers, including two operational postings to Basra (Iraq) and Northern Ireland.

Duration 15 August 2010 - 15 August 2010
Times Wed-Sun 12-6
Cost Free
Venue Fred (London)
Address 45 Vyner St London E2 9DQ, ,
Contact 020 8981 2987 / /

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