Our Projects

Here is a cross section of all our projects, including Exhibitions and Partners projects.
OBASOLA BAMIGBOLA 3000
OMOREGIE OSAKPOLOR 3000
8/17/19 – Kigali, Rwanda – Foundry Photojournalism Workshop 2019 in Kigali, Rwanda. (Dennis Akuoku-Frimpong Photography)
ANTHONY MONDAY 3000
EMMANUEL OLALEKAN 3000
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JIDE ODUKOYA
KAYODE OLUWA
AYENFEOLUWA OLARINDE
CHRISTOPHER NELSON OBUH
AYOMITUNDE ADELEKE
DAVID DOSUNMU

The presentations meet the strict criteria for the 12th Bamako Encounters (Des Rencontres de Bamako) and will introduce to the wider world twelve emerging photographers from The Nlele Institute programme. It is a great opportunity for these artists to showcase their talents and skill sets to the critical gaze of art connoisseurs and the discerning audience.

Live-In Desires Project (Workshop)3
Live-In Desires Project (Workshop)1
Live-In Desires Exhibition 3
Live-In Desires Exhibition 2
Live-In Desires Exhibition 1
Live In Desires Workshop
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It has become apparent that apart from the political, social and economic elements that influence our decisions to aspire for an upgrade to affluent and 'safer' environments also critical in the decision making are our aspirations. They ensure that our happiness, comfort, security and safety are considered and hopefully guaranteed in our new environment.

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In order to prevent Nigeria’s unique polyphony from falling silent forever, some fifteen artists, linguists and ethnologists have been invited to record an endangered language and present it in a vast, collective sound installation.


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