Haircraft

Emorhokpor’s depiction of a woman having traditional hair plait is a romantic take on African heritage. It highlights our endearment to an age-old tradition that has played a role in underpinning the African culture and heritage. The women are intertwined in giant hair plaits that tower over them and serve as a shed from the […]

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artiste Pius Emorhokpor Lagos, Nigeria

Pius has participated in several groups, salon exhibitions and workshops locally and internationally. He has also featured in several auctions organized by reputable galleries in Lagos and Abuja. His works are in public and private collections in Nigeria and abroad, including the Ford Foundation Lagos. National Fertilizer Company of Nigeria (NAFCON), GTBank and several multinational companies.

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Emorhokpor’s depiction of a woman having traditional hair plait is a romantic take on African heritage. It highlights our endearment to an age-old tradition that has played a role in underpinning the African culture and heritage. The women are intertwined in giant hair plaits that tower over them and serve as a shed from the midday sun. The choice of colour is subdued and the two heads on the left are meant to show what the finished product would look like.

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