How the girl child can still enjoy the protection of all and sundry is the fulcrum of an exhibition due to flag off in Onikan at the National Museum on March 22, 2016.
Titled “Unfinished Business”, the weeklong exhibition is being put together by Mrs Chinze Ojobo, a well-travelled Nigerian artist who has exhibited most of her works in the United States of America and Europe. Her unique style of putting together art pieces has won her accolades from admirers of art the world over.
Chinze, as she is known in the Art world will be exhibiting her latest art works at the National Museum, Lagos from March 22-29, 2016. Because of her passion for the Nigerian girl child and being a mother herself, she believes there is so much the society can still do to protect the girl child.
Chinze celebrates the girl child with her master pieces and hopes to draw attention to the plight of today’s female child as well as create awareness for her wonderful art pieces through creativity.
The artworks speak about the travails of the girl child in todays’ society and all they are subjected to from an adolescent age to adulthood. The girl child is supposed to be protected by the society but unfortunately society seems to be failing in this regard.
One of her major artworks which will be on display depicts images of little innocent girls with various facial and bodily expressions and speaks about how oppressed the girl child in our society is and how resilient they are no matter what life throws at them.
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