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Published by Documentation Centre in Nimo, Anambra State .

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LC ClassificationsMLCM 99/02639 (P)
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Pagination21 p. ;
Number of Pages21
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Uche Okeke is a Nigeria poet, artist and sculptor and one of the founders of the Nsukka group. Considered the father of the modern Nigerian art tradition; he was instrumental in over turning the British Artistic tradition within the educational system and was a pivotal momentum in determining (with others) the art program at the University of.

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With the aid of Chike Aniakor and others, Uche Okeke developed the art program at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, from at the end of the Biafran War--until Born in of an Igbo family living in northern Nigeria.

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Uche Okeke, one of the surviving members of the defunct Zaria Art Society, passed on last Monday in his hometown Nimo in Anambra State. Okechukwu Uwaezuoke reviews his contributions to the. Uche Okeke was a seminal Igbo artist, regarded far and wide as the founding father of Nigerian modernism through his leadership roles in the Zaria Art Society and Mbari club, his championing of the Society of Nigerian Artists and pioneering role in.

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Eicher, and Cynthia Eicher, Carolyn Ngozi Eicher, and Diana Eicher In one of his largest and most ambitious works, Okeke depicts spirits in the land of the dead.

He has saturated the canvas with vibrant colors to suggest fluid forms moving through the landscape. The Triumph of a Vision: An Anthology on Uche Okeke and Modern Art in Nigeria (Lagos: Pendulum Art Gallery, ).

Chika Okeke-Agulu, “Nationalism and Rhetoric of Modernism in Nigeria: The Art of Uche Okeke and Demas Nwoko, ,” African Arts, vol. 39, no. 1 (Spring ): pp. Get print book. No eBook available. Igbo folktales. Uche Okeke. Zenith Books, Dec 1, - Fiction - pages.

1 Review. Forty Igbo tales traditionally used in that society to educate the younger generations to man's weaknesses and pretensions. Tales of 2/5(1). View Uche Okeke’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction ality: Nigerian.

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Brief snatches of folklore from the Nigerian author's native Ibo culture, the text interspersed with untranslated words and phrases, the selections divided into Iro (""tales that are sung""), Ita (""tales that are spoken""), Iro Ita (""tales that are sung and spoken""), and appended lists of riddles and sayings.

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Curated Uche Okeke 60th Birthday Anniversary Retrospective at the Goethe-Institut, Lagos. Inhe organized the Nigerian section of the First Johannesburg Biennale and co-organized Seven Stories about Modern Art in Africa at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, and Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, :Umuahia, Nigeria.

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In reflecting upon Uche Okeke’s paintings, poems and drawings collected under the handle, Art In Development – A Nigerian Perspective, one is constrained to appropriate a Roman Catholic analogy; Asele is Uche Okeke’s patron saint and Ana is the deity.

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