Primitivism Art of Anedu as Mistakes I Chose To Keep | The Ga

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08 Mar 2020

While artists outside the formal training environment, most often, carry the burden of proving their worth by rendering portraitures in realism form, Edozie Anedu differs. Apart from daring to go into their primitivism and highly stylised representational art, Anedu injects quite a depth of critical thematic contents into his strokes. Quietly, his works on canvas and mixed media of discarded materials were shown in a solo titled, Mistakes I Chose to Keep, a few weeks ago, at a workstation space on Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.


Anedu, his kind of work and venue of debut solo, have one thing in common —freshness.

Apart from showing as one of the 10 finalists at Next of Kin (2019) art competition and show organised by Thought Pyramid Art Centre, Lagos, Anedu’s art is really unfamiliar.

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Authour:Tajudeen Sowole

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