Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset
Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset

Ade Adekola: Fine Art Photography Boxset

Ade Adekola - 10 x Giclée Prints on Hahnemühle Pearl (6"x4") presented in an archival box with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.

Art on a Postcard (AOAP) is excited to release its first series of beautifully produced photography boxsets. The boxsets each contain 10 limited edition prints on museum quality photographic paper and a signed certificate of authenticity. Art on a Postcard is committed to making fine art available to enthusiasts at affordable prices. Each box set is priced at £250 each with 50% of proceeds going to The Hepatitis C Trust and 50% to the photographer. 

Other photographers Miles Aldridge, Julia Fullerton-Batten, Sandro Miller and Harry Borden have also made a selection of 10 museum quality prints (6"x4") each, AVAILABLE NOW

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ARTIST INFO

Ade Adekola  

 

Ade Adekola’s work spans a variety of media: photography, installations, and interactive art. He is a Nigerian-born Architect turned contemporary artist. Self-taught, he has been making images since his early teens. Ade’s eye is influenced by a blend of visual languages that cut across multiple cultures. In his recent works he redirects his practice to creating contemporary representations from traditional and urban Nigerian culture. For example, he creates new expressions of traditional textiles; glittering gemstone photo mosaics from ethnographic images; large scale photomontages of urban dwellers; iconic blur images of festivals and optical kinetic pieces from urban photograms. His work is colourful and often uses overlapping images. His innovative compositions add new perspectives to African photography. 

Learn More About The Photographs

Ade Adekola - 'The Emporer's Clothes, 2013'
Ade Adekola - 'Mirror, Mirror, 2017'
Ade Adekola - 'Transformation II'
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