Job No Dey

The painting portrays the insecurities in the Nigerian state. A jobless man is seen sitting idle with the hope of finding a means to live. This painting in the Displacement series also investigates the harsh realities of people found in IDP (Internally Displaced People) camps across the North Eastern part of the country where poverty […]

artiste Jekein Lato-Unah Lagos, Nigeria

Jekein Lato-Unah is a Nigerian multidisciplinary artist trained in the art of pottery, painting and performance art whose primary interest seems to be to tackle patriarchy in Africa. She’s known for her use of symbols and patterns to create paintings celebrating women and frowning upon society’s marginalization of the female gender. Jekein was born in […]

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32” X 37” inches Canvas size
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The painting portrays the insecurities in the Nigerian state. A jobless man is seen sitting idle with the hope of finding a means to live. This painting in the Displacement series also investigates the harsh realities of people found in IDP (Internally Displaced People) camps across the North Eastern part of the country where poverty and domestic terrorism have ravaged the economy and other means of livelihood.

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