Numerous solo and group exhibits in Nigeria and abroad have featured Ken Nwadiogbu’s works of art. His engaging drawings have graced exhibition spaces, museums, and art shows, allowing viewers to fully appreciate the complexity and beauty of his works. Nwadiogbu has worked with numerous corporations, groups, and other artists to produce thought-provoking art installations and initiatives that have a lasting impact in addition to his individual shows.
Ken Nwadiogbu has been able to share his art with the world and reach a global audience because of the power of social media. His followers are routinely updated with new artwork, behind-the-scenes looks at his creative process, and insightful insights on his inspirations and artistic journey thanks to his strong online presence on sites like Instagram.
This episode is with Ken Nwadiogbu who is based in Lekki, Lagos.
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