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Marina Under Bridge - Limited Edition of 3 Photograph

andrew esiebo

Nigeria

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Size: 59 W x 36 H x 0.2 D in

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Title: Marina under bridge Series: Love of it Medium: Pigment inkjet print on Hahnemulle museum etching 350gms Edition 2 of 3 plus 2 AP. Size 36 x 59 (inches), signed & numbered certificate of authenticity. “For the Love of It” is an on-going series looking at the appropriation of football in unconventional environments. This series also has undelaying questions of urban spaces planning in Africa. Why are our cities with the scarcity of recreation spaces for football? Why are there few spaces for pedestrians? Why are our cities fast becoming a concrete “jungle”? The above are the few of the many puzzles I hope there will be a solution.

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Photography Print:Color on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:3

Size:59 W x 36 H x 0.2 D in

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Born in Lagos, Nigeria. Andrew Esiebo is a visual storyteller exploring themes such as sexuality, gender politics, football, popular culture, migration, religion and spirituality. He is a winner of the 2011 Musee du Quai Branly Artistic creation prize. Andrew has been awarded a number of artistic residencies including the Cultures France's Visa Pour Creation, Paris, Africa Beyond programme, Gasworks, London, Gyeonggi Creation Center in South Korea, and Bag factory Art residency Johannesburg, South Africa. His work has been exhibited at the Sao Paulo biennial in Brazil, Biennale Cuvee in Linz-Austria, Photo Quai biennials in Paris-France, Dakart Biennale-Senegal, Guangzhou Triennial in Beijing-China, the Chobi Mela V Photo Festival in Bangladesh, Havanna Biennial in Havanna-Cuba, Noorderlitch Photo Festival in Netherlands, National Football Museum in Manchester-England, African Photography Encounters in Bamako-Mali, and the Lagos Photo Festival among others. He works are in several private and public art collections. He has given several lectures and talks on photography and is one of the facilitators at Nlele Institut- a Lagos based learning space and an experimental workstation a grooming ground for photographers. He is based in Nigeria from where he works around the world.

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