Meet Babajide Olatunji, Nigerian Artistic Genius Making Waves
Nigerian self-taught artist Babajide Olatunji is undoubtedly one of the youngest artists to grace the continent. His tribal mark series have gained world recognition, including exhibition at the Royal Arts Academy. His latest breakthrough is oil pastels and acrylic, a combination that has been described as being nearly impossible to do especially to create photorealism.
Nigerian self-taught artist Babajide Olatunji is undoubtedly one of the youngest artists to grace the continent.
Babajide Olatunji's artwork.
This is Africa, 7 November 2017
The 2017 edition of ART X Lagos opened on Friday, November 3. Art X Lagos. West Africa's first international art fair had artists from 15 countries exhibiting their works. Nigerian… Read more »
This is Africa, 30 January 2017
Young African artists don't easily get the opportunity to get their work exhibited on an international stage. Talented Nigerian artist Babajide Olatunji managed to achieve the… Read more »