Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Green Summary

A retrospect developed around the theme of Independence


Photo by Jude Anogwih, 2010

In celebration of the Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos’ 3 year
anniversary, artists who have engaged with the centre over the last
three years have been invited back to interpret their experience with
CCA around the theme of Independence. Artists were given the gallery
space as a studio from 3rd – 17th December to develop and present a
body of work, with one restriction, work produced must be Green.
Artists selected work with a variety of medium including; painting,
photography and video art and were provided with materials from which
to develop the work. The resulting exhibition draws from their various
artistic backgrounds and collaborative efforts to present independence
through the eyes of contemporary Nigerian artists.

The Green summary will run from December 20th 2010- 21st January 2011
Opening talk will take place on Monday 20th from 2pm with a
presentation by contributing artists, followed by light refreshments.

Contributing Artists:
Karo Akpokiere, Jude Anogwih, Jelili Atiku, Ndidi Dike, Uche Joel
Chima, Taiye Idahor, Emeka Ogboh, Richardson Obveibo,
Victoria Udondian

Curators
Ronke Adeola, Jude Anogwih, Oyinda Fakeye

Monday, 6 December 2010

call for proposals

:: Call for Curators ::
Guest Curator Project
2011-2012 Program


Action Art Actuel [AAA] is putting out a call to exhibition curators. For a third year, AAA is making its spaces available to a curator for a series of 5 exhibitions, enabling him/her to play a crucial role in determining AAA’s 2010-2011 programming. In doing so, AAA hopes to support innovative curatorial practices and the dialogue surrounding them. Furthermore, a series of exhibitions, residencies, on-site and off-site events will run parallel to the programming

The curator will have the mandate to present a series of five exhibitions on a theme of his/her choice. The proposed program may include 1 or 2 residency projects for a 6 to 8 week period of research and production. We also encourage performance elements that may be combined with the opening of certain exhibitions. A publication documenting the exhibitions and the research associated with them will be produced at upon completion of this third year of curatorial-based programs.