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Anunu: Notes on the Divine Feminine

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is proud to present “Anunu: Notes on the Divine Feminine”, a show that features a selection of works by US-based Nigerian artist Chioma Ebinama and Port Harcourt-native, Lubee Abubakar. In the main galleries Chioma Ebinama presents

Anunu: Notes on the Divine Feminine

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is proud to present “Anunu: Notes on the Divine Feminine”, a show that features a selection of works by US-based Nigerian artist Chioma Ebinama and Port Harcourt-native, Lubee Abubakar. In the main galleries Chioma Ebinama presents

BLACK BOX: Video, Poetry and Environment

  Boys’ Quarters Project Space is proud to present a trio of videos by three incredible global contemporary art voices: Kader Attia, Allora & Calzadilla and John Akomfrah. Mesmeric and poetic films that are in conversation with the idea of

BLACK BOX: Video, Poetry and Environment

  Boys’ Quarters Project Space is proud to present a trio of videos by three incredible global contemporary art voices: Kader Attia, Allora & Calzadilla and John Akomfrah. Mesmeric and poetic films that are in conversation with the idea of

THE AFTERLIFE OF FORGETTING: New Works by Johnson Uwadinma

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is proud to present The Afterlife of Forgetting by Port Harcourt-based artist and Boys’ Quarters alum, Johnson Uwadinma. This show continues Uwadinma’s explorations surrounding the idea of collective memory and cultural forgetting which he sees as

THE AFTERLIFE OF FORGETTING: New Works by Johnson Uwadinma

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is proud to present The Afterlife of Forgetting by Port Harcourt-based artist and Boys’ Quarters alum, Johnson Uwadinma. This show continues Uwadinma’s explorations surrounding the idea of collective memory and cultural forgetting which he sees as

FORMING PLACE: Photographic Works by Abraham Oghobase

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is pleased to present an exhibition of works by Abraham Onoriode Oghobase. Featuring his internationally acclaimed, Lagos-based series Ecstatic (2009) and previously unseen commissions in territories as diverse as Florence, Salzburg and the Niger Delta, this

FORMING PLACE: Photographic Works by Abraham Oghobase

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is pleased to present an exhibition of works by Abraham Onoriode Oghobase. Featuring his internationally acclaimed, Lagos-based series Ecstatic (2009) and previously unseen commissions in territories as diverse as Florence, Salzburg and the Niger Delta, this

MY GRANDMOTHER’S BED: New Sculptures by Ebitari Oglafa

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is proud to present new sculptures by Port Harcourt-based artist Ebitari Oglafa. My Grandmother’s Bed is a meditation on the nature of inspiration. A visual essay exploring the shape of love, the power of feminine influence

MY GRANDMOTHER’S BED: New Sculptures by Ebitari Oglafa

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is proud to present new sculptures by Port Harcourt-based artist Ebitari Oglafa. My Grandmother’s Bed is a meditation on the nature of inspiration. A visual essay exploring the shape of love, the power of feminine influence

THE PINEAPPLE SHOW Group exhibition

Curated by artist Zina Saro-Wiwa, The Pineapple Show is a Boys’ Quarters show produced in London by Tiwani Gallery, part of their summertime programme which gives a platform for African-based art spaces. Opening in July 2016, The Pineapple Show features artists

THE PINEAPPLE SHOW Group exhibition

Curated by artist Zina Saro-Wiwa, The Pineapple Show is a Boys’ Quarters show produced in London by Tiwani Gallery, part of their summertime programme which gives a platform for African-based art spaces. Opening in July 2016, The Pineapple Show features artists

THEY CALL THIS PLACE COLOMBIA: Sand Paintings by Charles Udofia

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is pleased to present “They Call This Place Colombia“, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Charles Udofia. Udofia is an “outsider” artist who works as a printer/electrician/knife sharpener by day but relentlessly produces portraits –

THEY CALL THIS PLACE COLOMBIA: Sand Paintings by Charles Udofia

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is pleased to present “They Call This Place Colombia“, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Charles Udofia. Udofia is an “outsider” artist who works as a printer/electrician/knife sharpener by day but relentlessly produces portraits –

NIGER DELTA FLOW: Video and Installation works by Zina Saro-Wiwa

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is delighted to present Niger Delta Flow: New Video and Installation Works by Zina Saro-Wiwa. This is Boys’ Quarters fourth exhibition and features new video works made by Zina Saro-Wiwa in the Niger Delta. The show

NIGER DELTA FLOW: Video and Installation works by Zina Saro-Wiwa

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is delighted to present Niger Delta Flow: New Video and Installation Works by Zina Saro-Wiwa. This is Boys’ Quarters fourth exhibition and features new video works made by Zina Saro-Wiwa in the Niger Delta. The show

ERASURE: Works by Johnson Uwadinma

“Erasure: Works By Johnson Uwadinma” is Boys’ Quarters’ third exhibition. The detailed and beautifully-crafted works deals with memory, history and the problem of knowledge. The show is open from 13th Dec 2014 till Feb 21st 2015 and is curated by

ERASURE: Works by Johnson Uwadinma

“Erasure: Works By Johnson Uwadinma” is Boys’ Quarters’ third exhibition. The detailed and beautifully-crafted works deals with memory, history and the problem of knowledge. The show is open from 13th Dec 2014 till Feb 21st 2015 and is curated by

DESIGN INDABA covers BOYS’ QUARTERS PROJECT SPACE

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DESIGN INDABA covers BOYS’ QUARTERS PROJECT SPACE

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Johnson Uwadinma

Johnson Uwadinma (b. 1982, Nigeria) is a contemporary artist known for his paintings that feature tessellating hues and multiple textures. Uwadinma’s work is characterized by an interest in truth, morality, memory and the never-ending intrigue of human co-existence.  Uwadinma’s work

Johnson Uwadinma

Johnson Uwadinma (b. 1982, Nigeria) is a contemporary artist known for his paintings that feature tessellating hues and multiple textures. Uwadinma’s work is characterized by an interest in truth, morality, memory and the never-ending intrigue of human co-existence.  Uwadinma’s work

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Boys’ Quarters Project Space featured in the UK’s The Independent Newspaper (2014)

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Boys’ Quarters Project Space featured in the UK’s The Independent Newspaper (2014)

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Perrin Oglafa

Perrin Oglafa was born in 1971 in Nigeria. He holds a B.Ed degree from Rivers State College of Education (now Ignatius Ajuru University of Education), Rivers State, Nigeria. Oglafa is well known for his paintings of semi-abstract humanoid forms rendered

Perrin Oglafa

Perrin Oglafa was born in 1971 in Nigeria. He holds a B.Ed degree from Rivers State College of Education (now Ignatius Ajuru University of Education), Rivers State, Nigeria. Oglafa is well known for his paintings of semi-abstract humanoid forms rendered

Segun Aiyesan

Born in Benin City in 1971, the second child among seven children, Segun Aiyesan is a self-taught artist who has been a full-time practicing artist since 1996.  He trained as an engineer at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and before

Segun Aiyesan

Born in Benin City in 1971, the second child among seven children, Segun Aiyesan is a self-taught artist who has been a full-time practicing artist since 1996.  He trained as an engineer at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and before

Perrin Oglafa – FOR ARTIST PAGE

Perrin Oglafa was born in 1971 in Nigeria. He holds a B.Ed degree from Rivers State College of Education (now Ignatius Ajuru University of Education), Rivers State, Nigeria. Oglafa’s work involves an application of diverse media ranging from acrylic to

Perrin Oglafa – FOR ARTIST PAGE

Perrin Oglafa was born in 1971 in Nigeria. He holds a B.Ed degree from Rivers State College of Education (now Ignatius Ajuru University of Education), Rivers State, Nigeria. Oglafa’s work involves an application of diverse media ranging from acrylic to

OIL MAN: Paintings by Segun Aiyesan

From 17th Sept till 6th Dec 2014, Boys’ Quarters Project Space is delighted to present Oil Man: Paintings by Segun Aiyesan. This is Boys’ Quarters second ever exhibition and it features a series of powerful works on canvas by Port

OIL MAN: Paintings by Segun Aiyesan

From 17th Sept till 6th Dec 2014, Boys’ Quarters Project Space is delighted to present Oil Man: Paintings by Segun Aiyesan. This is Boys’ Quarters second ever exhibition and it features a series of powerful works on canvas by Port

Boys’ Quarters Project Space featured in the UK’s The Independent Newspaper (2014)

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Boys’ Quarters Project Space featured in the UK’s The Independent Newspaper (2014)

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Zina Saro-Wiwa speaks at TEDx Port Harcourt, Oct 11th 2014

TEDx are delighted to announce that Zina will be talking at at TEDx Port Harcourt this October.    

Zina Saro-Wiwa speaks at TEDx Port Harcourt, Oct 11th 2014

TEDx are delighted to announce that Zina will be talking at at TEDx Port Harcourt this October.    

CNN covers Sharon Stone In Abuja exhibition (2010)

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CNN covers Sharon Stone In Abuja exhibition (2010)

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Africa Report

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Africa Report

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Telegraph covers Hello Nigeria (2004)

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Telegraph covers Hello Nigeria (2004)

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Sharon Stone in Abuja exhibit featured in Art In America Magazine (2011)

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Sharon Stone in Abuja exhibit featured in Art In America Magazine (2011)

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Eaten By The Heart in The Guardian (2012)

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Eaten By The Heart in The Guardian (2012)

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Men of The Ogele (2014)

“Men of The Ogele: Missed” (2014) Men of the Ogele is a photographic series taken by Zina Saro-Wiwa in Ogoniland. Located in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region, an hour or so outside Port Harcourt, Ogoniland has it own masquerading culture, like

Men of The Ogele (2014)

“Men of The Ogele: Missed” (2014) Men of the Ogele is a photographic series taken by Zina Saro-Wiwa in Ogoniland. Located in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region, an hour or so outside Port Harcourt, Ogoniland has it own masquerading culture, like

Eaten By The Heart: The Installation (2012)

The video performance aspect of the Eaten By The Heart series is represented by a 62-minute film featuring 12 different African and diasporic couples kissing for between 4 and 7 minutes each. Each couple is super-imposed onto a block colour

Eaten By The Heart: The Installation (2012)

The video performance aspect of the Eaten By The Heart series is represented by a 62-minute film featuring 12 different African and diasporic couples kissing for between 4 and 7 minutes each. Each couple is super-imposed onto a block colour

New Boys’ Quarters Exhibition “Oil Man: Paintings By Segun Aiyesan”

“Oil Man: 
Paintings by Segun Aiyesan” 17th sept till 5th Dec 2014 
BOYS’ QUARTERS PROJECT SPACE 24 Aggrey Road, Port Harcourt, Nigeria AN EXHIBITION CURATED BY ZINA SARO-WIWA Boys’ Quarters Project Space is delighted to present Oil Man: Paintings by

New Boys’ Quarters Exhibition “Oil Man: Paintings By Segun Aiyesan”

“Oil Man: 
Paintings by Segun Aiyesan” 17th sept till 5th Dec 2014 
BOYS’ QUARTERS PROJECT SPACE 24 Aggrey Road, Port Harcourt, Nigeria AN EXHIBITION CURATED BY ZINA SARO-WIWA Boys’ Quarters Project Space is delighted to present Oil Man: Paintings by

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THE RESTLESS GROVE: Sculptural Works by Perrin Oglafa

On May 31st 2014, Perrin Oglafa became Boys’ Quarters Project Space’s inaugural exhibiting artist. Curated by Zina Saro-Wiwa, his show The Restless Grove presented sculptural pieces that differ from the more commercial paintings he is well known for. The works

THE RESTLESS GROVE: Sculptural Works by Perrin Oglafa

On May 31st 2014, Perrin Oglafa became Boys’ Quarters Project Space’s inaugural exhibiting artist. Curated by Zina Saro-Wiwa, his show The Restless Grove presented sculptural pieces that differ from the more commercial paintings he is well known for. The works

Boys’ Quarters Project Space

<img src="http://www.zinasarowiwa weight loss supplements for men.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Screen-Shot-2014-06-20-at-11.57.jpeg” alt=”Screen Shot 2014-06-20 at 11.57″ width=”678″ height=”447″ /> Boys’ Quarters Project Space is a pop-up contemporary art gallery that opened on 31st May 2014 in downtown Port Harcourt, Nigeria. The project has a

Boys’ Quarters Project Space

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Final chance to see Zina Saro-Wiwa’s video installation work at The Pulitzer Foundation

The Progress of Love is a seminal show stretching over 7 months and three different venues: The Centre for Contemporary Art (Lagos, Nigeria) The Menil Collection (Houston, USA) and The Pulitzer Foundation (St Louis, USA). The three exhibition spaces addressed love as an

Final chance to see Zina Saro-Wiwa’s video installation work at The Pulitzer Foundation

The Progress of Love is a seminal show stretching over 7 months and three different venues: The Centre for Contemporary Art (Lagos, Nigeria) The Menil Collection (Houston, USA) and The Pulitzer Foundation (St Louis, USA). The three exhibition spaces addressed love as an

READ “Lola of The Red Oil”, short story for Riflemaker Gallery’s “Voodoo” exhibition publication

“I was asked to contribute a text for an exhibition about Voodoo at London’s Riflemaker Gallery. I found myself writing a short story about Bahia, Brazil best weight loss supplements for women. I had travelled there many times, the first

READ “Lola of The Red Oil”, short story for Riflemaker Gallery’s “Voodoo” exhibition publication

“I was asked to contribute a text for an exhibition about Voodoo at London’s Riflemaker Gallery. I found myself writing a short story about Bahia, Brazil best weight loss supplements for women. I had travelled there many times, the first

Zina’s video “Sarogua Mourning” on view at Cokkie Snoei Gallery in Rotterdam, Netherlands till April 4th 2013

The “As Tears Go By” exhibition is currently on show at Cokkie Snoei Gallery, Rotterdam, Netherlands. 24th Feb – 4th April 2013. <img class="alignnone wp-image-474" alt="ATGBback3" src="http://www.zinasarowiwa.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ATGBback3.jpg" width="635" height="424" srcset="http://www.boysquartersprojectspace.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ATGBback3.jpg 1512w, http://www.boysquartersprojectspace this hyperlink.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ATGBback3-300×200.jpg 300w, http://www.boysquartersprojectspace.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ATGBback3-1024×682.jpg 1024w, http://www.boysquartersprojectspace.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ATGBback3-210×140.jpg 210w” sizes=”(max-width:

Zina’s video “Sarogua Mourning” on view at Cokkie Snoei Gallery in Rotterdam, Netherlands till April 4th 2013

The “As Tears Go By” exhibition is currently on show at Cokkie Snoei Gallery, Rotterdam, Netherlands. 24th Feb – 4th April 2013. <img class="alignnone wp-image-474" alt="ATGBback3" src="http://www.zinasarowiwa.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ATGBback3.jpg" width="635" height="424" srcset="http://www.boysquartersprojectspace.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ATGBback3.jpg 1512w, http://www.boysquartersprojectspace this hyperlink.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ATGBback3-300×200.jpg 300w, http://www.boysquartersprojectspace.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ATGBback3-1024×682.jpg 1024w, http://www.boysquartersprojectspace.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ATGBback3-210×140.jpg 210w” sizes=”(max-width:

Eaten By The Heart: The Documentaries (2012/2013)

Eaten By The Heart is a video installation and documentary project conceived, produced and directed by Zina Saro-Wiwa. Commissioned by The Menil Collection, Houston and supported by the Houston Museum of African American Culture for the Menil’s exhibition The Progress

Eaten By The Heart: The Documentaries (2012/2013)

Eaten By The Heart is a video installation and documentary project conceived, produced and directed by Zina Saro-Wiwa. Commissioned by The Menil Collection, Houston and supported by the Houston Museum of African American Culture for the Menil’s exhibition The Progress

The Progress of Love published by Yale Press

The publication attached to multi-artist, multi-venue exhibition The Progress of Love that has taken place at CCA Gallery Lagos, The Menil Collection, Houston and The Pulitzer Foundation, St Louis.

The Progress of Love published by Yale Press

The publication attached to multi-artist, multi-venue exhibition The Progress of Love that has taken place at CCA Gallery Lagos, The Menil Collection, Houston and The Pulitzer Foundation, St Louis.

What We Talk About When We Talk About Love (2011)

Publication attached to multi-artist exhibition What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, curated by Federica Angelucci at Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town. Published by Stevenson (2011). www.stevenson how to lose weight quickly.info/exhibitions/love/

What We Talk About When We Talk About Love (2011)

Publication attached to multi-artist exhibition What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, curated by Federica Angelucci at Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town. Published by Stevenson (2011). www.stevenson how to lose weight quickly.info/exhibitions/love/

“No Turning Back” essay for Pieter Hugo’s “Nollywood” monograph

Click here to download the essay (PDF)  

“No Turning Back” essay for Pieter Hugo’s “Nollywood” monograph

Click here to download the essay (PDF)  

ZSW’s Paladar at Third Streaming Gallery, NYC

On February 22nd 2012 when she participated in the Paladar series, curated by Yona Backer at her Third Streaming space in Soho, New York. The Paladar series is an event where artists are invited to cook for paying guests at

ZSW’s Paladar at Third Streaming Gallery, NYC

On February 22nd 2012 when she participated in the Paladar series, curated by Yona Backer at her Third Streaming space in Soho, New York. The Paladar series is an event where artists are invited to cook for paying guests at

Transition (2012)

In April of 2012, The New York Times commissioned Zina Saro-Wiwa to make a short film for their Op-Docs series. The subject in question was the most recent popularity surge and articulation of the Natural Hair Movement among black women.

Transition (2012)

In April of 2012, The New York Times commissioned Zina Saro-Wiwa to make a short film for their Op-Docs series. The subject in question was the most recent popularity surge and articulation of the Natural Hair Movement among black women.

Dindi (2012)

In 2012 Zina Saro-Wiwa shot and directed her first music video in New York City, in one (freezing) day. “Dindi”, a bossa nova and jazz classic written by Antonio Carlos Jobim was performed by the São Paulo-based American jazz singer

Dindi (2012)

In 2012 Zina Saro-Wiwa shot and directed her first music video in New York City, in one (freezing) day. “Dindi”, a bossa nova and jazz classic written by Antonio Carlos Jobim was performed by the São Paulo-based American jazz singer

Sarogua Mourning (2011)

Single channel video, 11mins 37secs. In 2011, Zina went on to make Sarogua Mourning, a video installation that confronted her inability to mourn her father’s death and explored her dissatisfaction with the Western mourning rites she found herself having to

Sarogua Mourning (2011)

Single channel video, 11mins 37secs. In 2011, Zina went on to make Sarogua Mourning, a video installation that confronted her inability to mourn her father’s death and explored her dissatisfaction with the Western mourning rites she found herself having to

Mourning Class: Nollywood (2010)

Multi-channel video installation, 20mins 32secs. The Mourning Class series is a set of video performances that explore mourning rituals and address the role of performance in grieving. The first in the series is Mourning Class: Nollywood. This piece arose from

Mourning Class: Nollywood (2010)

Multi-channel video installation, 20mins 32secs. The Mourning Class series is a set of video performances that explore mourning rituals and address the role of performance in grieving. The first in the series is Mourning Class: Nollywood. This piece arose from

The Deliverance Of Comfort (2010)

“Alt-Nollywood” video, 7mins 21 secs. The Deliverance of Comfort debuted in 2010’s Sharon Stone in Abuja exhibition. It is a short satirical fable about a ‘child witch’ called Comfort. The film begins with the voice of a “priest” explaining how

The Deliverance Of Comfort (2010)

“Alt-Nollywood” video, 7mins 21 secs. The Deliverance of Comfort debuted in 2010’s Sharon Stone in Abuja exhibition. It is a short satirical fable about a ‘child witch’ called Comfort. The film begins with the voice of a “priest” explaining how

Phyllis: Photographic Works (2010)

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Phyllis (2010)

“Alt-Nollywood” video, 15mins 37 secs.  Phyllis debuted at the Sharon Stone in Abuja exhibition. The film is a moving and atmospheric portrait of a lonely woman obsessed with synthetic Nollywood dramas, that lives in the city of Lagos, Nigeria. The

Phyllis (2010)

“Alt-Nollywood” video, 15mins 37 secs.  Phyllis debuted at the Sharon Stone in Abuja exhibition. The film is a moving and atmospheric portrait of a lonely woman obsessed with synthetic Nollywood dramas, that lives in the city of Lagos, Nigeria. The

Dancing Hearts, Hidden Tears (2010)

Wallpaper installation Dancing Hearts, Hidden Tears is a wallpaper consisting of approximately 1000 Nollywood film titles. Highly emotive, mischevious, exuberant and sometimes crass, these titles demonstrate Nollywood’s ability to market their films and draw buyers in. By placing these titles

Dancing Hearts, Hidden Tears (2010)

Wallpaper installation Dancing Hearts, Hidden Tears is a wallpaper consisting of approximately 1000 Nollywood film titles. Highly emotive, mischevious, exuberant and sometimes crass, these titles demonstrate Nollywood’s ability to market their films and draw buyers in. By placing these titles

Sharon Stone in Abuja (2010)

Group Exhibition, Location One Gallery, NYC, 5th Nov 2010 – 17th Jan 2011. Sharon Stone in Abuja – named after a Nollywood film – was an exhibition that paid homage to the world’s second largest film industry, the Nigerian Nollywood

Sharon Stone in Abuja (2010)

Group Exhibition, Location One Gallery, NYC, 5th Nov 2010 – 17th Jan 2011. Sharon Stone in Abuja – named after a Nollywood film – was an exhibition that paid homage to the world’s second largest film industry, the Nigerian Nollywood

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This Is My Africa (2009)

Documentary, 52 mins, (2009) www.thisismyafrica.com This Is My Africa is an award-winning 52-minute documentary which took a deceptively simple but innovative approach to telling a new kind of story about Africa and Africans. Produced and directed by Zina Saro-Wiwa the

This Is My Africa (2009)

Documentary, 52 mins, (2009) www.thisismyafrica.com This Is My Africa is an award-winning 52-minute documentary which took a deceptively simple but innovative approach to telling a new kind of story about Africa and Africans. Produced and directed by Zina Saro-Wiwa the