Aniekan Udofia – The Village B-Boy at Lamont Bishop Gallery
Checked out the homie Aniekan Udofia’s closing reception for his latest show “The Village B-boy” at Lamont Bishop Gallery. Another solid, cohesive range of works that shows Udofia’s attention to detail and attention to conceptual detail. And considering the focus of the show I really enjoyed his use of Kente patterns.
Per his words: “The Village B-boy is about my experience in Nigeria in the 90’s and witnessing the Hip-Hop explosion.”
Posted on March 5, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged acrylic paint, aniekan udofia, art, dc art, hip hop, hip hop art, lamont biship, mixed media, nigerian art, spray paint, village b-boy, washington dc art. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.