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Ozioma Onuzulike: Redrawing the Frontiers of Ceramics

C. Krydz Ikwuemesi

Abstract


Anyone who knows Ozioma Onuzulikes antecedents as an artist would not be surprised at the quality of work he displayed during his recent exhibition (Earth to Art) at the National Museum Enugu, Nigeria. From a budding artist who graduated in First Class from the University of Nigeria (in 1996), and held several exhibitions both group and solo, so much is to be expected. But unlike most other younger artists who would easily fizzle out at glowing accolades, Ozioma has held on tenaciously to his vocation, as he continues to search for new idioms to enrich his vocabulary in the perpetual dialogue with life, which art represents.

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Ijele: Art eJournal of the African World. ISSN: 1530-5686 (online).
Editors: Nkiru Nzegwu and Ikem Okoye; Film Review Editor: Phyllis J. Jackson; Exhibition/Curator: Babacar M'Bow; Book Review Editor:.

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