Exhibitions

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

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

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