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[Left] Obiora Udechukwu working on House of Four Trees in Igbo uli art tradition at the Configura 2 workshop Erfurt, Germany, 1995. Photographer unknown. The artist is incising faces and other images into clay balls which mark a lower wall.

[Right] Obiora Udechukwu In the Beginning, 1991. Acrylic on board, 91.4cm x 60.8cm (36’ x 24’). Collection of the artist. This abstract work marks an early stage in Udechukwu’s turn to acrylics and a departure from his focus on Nigerian life and social conditions.

— Simon Ottenberg, Sources and Themes in the Art of Obiora Udechukwu

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