Noma Osula, one of the exhibiting photographers who are constantly creating works that are outstanding and generating international interest at an on-going photography exhibition hosted by The Wheatbaker, Lagos was recently featured in Vice Magazine in their annual photo issue in collaboration with Broadly.
Vice Magazine, founded in 1994, is a Canadian-American print magazine focused on arts, culture, and news topics. The magazine featured the Nigerian photographer’s piece of work which is currently on display at the ‘Gbam! Unearthing and Reclaiming a New Becoming’ photography exhibition.
The photography exhibition, ‘Gbam! Unearthing and Reclaiming a New Becoming’, co-curated by A White Space Creative Agency (AWCA) & SMO Contemporary presents evocative photographs by seasoned visual artists including Daniel Obasi, Kadara Enyeansi, Kola Oshalusi, Lex Ash, Noma Osula (represented by A White Space Creative Agency- AWCA) and Ola Ebiti who are avant-garde fashion photographers exploring the theme ‘Who we are and Who we aspire to become’ as we explore our collective GBAM!
These bold, new-generation photographers sift through our rich fashion, culture, traditions, narratives and symbols to challenge our aesthetic identity as we project a renewed understanding of perfection from a millennial standpoint.
The photography exhibition opened to the public on the 9th of June 2018 for viewing and purchase of all 25 artworks. The exhibition is currently open for viewing and purchase of art works. It runs till the 14th of September, 2018.
See more photos from the exhibition as well as works of Noma featured in the US-Magazine below: