Curatorial Projects

Mourning Class: Grief In Three Languages

Zina Saro-Wiwa is Artist-In- Residence at Pratt Institute, New York. In December 2016, she commissioned and guided the creation of new work made by her video art students that continue her investigation into mourning and grieving “Mourning Class”. Mourning Class:

Mourning Class: Grief In Three Languages

Zina Saro-Wiwa is Artist-In- Residence at Pratt Institute, New York. In December 2016, she commissioned and guided the creation of new work made by her video art students that continue her investigation into mourning and grieving “Mourning Class”. Mourning Class:

The Pineapple Show

Tiwani Contemporary is pleased to present The Pineapple Show. Curated by Zina Saro-Wiwa and featuring artists that originate from Nigeria, Kenya, Brazil, the Caribbean and the United States, the exhibition explores the semiotics of the iconic fruit, expanding the narratives

The Pineapple Show

Tiwani Contemporary is pleased to present The Pineapple Show. Curated by Zina Saro-Wiwa and featuring artists that originate from Nigeria, Kenya, Brazil, the Caribbean and the United States, the exhibition explores the semiotics of the iconic fruit, expanding the narratives

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

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 –

Erasure: Works by Johnson Uwadinma at Boys’ Quarters

“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 at Boys’ Quarters

“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

The Windowall Gallery Installations

The Windowall Gallery is located inside Ken Saro-Wiwa’s old office. The office is now a miniature museum site and forms part of Boys’ Quarters Project Space which surrounds it. The Windowall is the former window Ken would have looked out

The Windowall Gallery Installations

The Windowall Gallery is located inside Ken Saro-Wiwa’s old office. The office is now a miniature museum site and forms part of Boys’ Quarters Project Space which surrounds it. The Windowall is the former window Ken would have looked out

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

“Oil Man: 
Paintings by Segun Aiyesan” 17th Sept till 5th Dec 2014 BOYS’ QUARTERS PROJECT SPACE 24 Aggrey Road, Port Harcourt, Rivers State Nigeria Curated by Zina Saro-Wiwa Boys’ Quarters Project Space is delighted to present Oil Man: Paintings by

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

“Oil Man: 
Paintings by Segun Aiyesan” 17th Sept till 5th Dec 2014 BOYS’ QUARTERS PROJECT SPACE 24 Aggrey Road, Port Harcourt, Rivers State Nigeria Curated by Zina Saro-Wiwa Boys’ Quarters Project Space is delighted to present Oil Man: Paintings by

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

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is a pop-up contemporary art gallery that opened on 31st May 2014 in downtown Port Harcourt, Nigeria. It is conceived and curated by artist Zina Saro-Wiwa and managed by Niger Delta artist Perrin Oglafa. We are

Boys’ Quarters Project Space

Boys’ Quarters Project Space is a pop-up contemporary art gallery that opened on 31st May 2014 in downtown Port Harcourt, Nigeria. It is conceived and curated by artist Zina Saro-Wiwa and managed by Niger Delta artist Perrin Oglafa. We are

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