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INTERVIEW: Moses Zibor - The artist who died and resurrected

Moses Zibor (b. 1978) is a contemporary Nigerian-Ghanaian artist, former footballer, model, bio-field therapist, teacher, actor, philanthropist and musician. He is a Kazakhstan-based artist of Bayelsa State, Nigerian father, and a Ghanaian mother. Born and raised in Lagos, Zibor attended Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech), Lagos, Nigeria, from 2002 to 2008, where he obtained an Ordinary National Diploma (OND) and a Higher National Diploma (HND) from the Faculty of Art Design and Printing, majoring in Painting. In this interview, he talks about his decade-long absence from the art scene, losing out on a career in football, love for the oil medium, his future plans in Kazakhstan and more.

EXHIBITION: Three Artists Set To Celebrate Black History Month

Behold; oil, charcoal, glue sponge rubber on canvas by Nwanne

Black Soliloquy is the theme of an art exhibition, which opens for public viewing on Saturday, February 5, at the Urevbu Contemporary Art Gallery in South Main Arts District, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, will feature new paintings by Jimmy Nwanne, Omari Booker and Birhane Worede. 

Meet The New GFA President…

The Guild of Professional Fine Artists of Nigeria, known as (GFA), a non-governmental, non-political, non-profit making, professional organization whose primary aim is to improve the profession and status and wellbeing of all professional Fine Artists, yesterday, Sunday, January 16, elected George Edozie as their new president.