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With 100 artworks in different styles being exhibited at the Hall of Odin, Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria, by a single artist, this art exhibition defies all the stereotypical characteristics of a typical Nigerian art exhibition.
Over the course of three days, the Fountainhead art exhibition will feature a private and public exhibition, a live painting show, a live musical concert, and a party open to all creatives and creative enthusiasts. Ini Oluwa aims to provide a 360° experience that engages all five senses of his guests and attendees on multiple levels.
Attendees can explore the 100 artworks that make up the Fountainhead collection, with each piece showcasing his unique worldview, talent and artistic vision. The venue will be transformed into an immersive experience where guests can lose themselves in a world of Ini Oluwa’s creations while being treated to live music performances curated to complement the themes of the artworks on display.
“Fountainhead”, inspired by Ayn Rand’s 1943 book, represents Ini Oluwa’s unique approach to how art is created, perceived, and appreciated. With an active full-time career spanning over a remarkable decade, Inioluwa Aboluwarin is a visual artist who sees art as an extension of the artist’s self. His diverse range of style and over 200 artworks speaks to his philosophy that art derives its worth from the artist instead of the centuries-old notion that the artist is only as valuable as their work.
Ini Oluwa has grown to become prominent in the art industry with his work adorning several private collections across the globe. His individualistic approach to art, characterised by vibrant colours and thought-provoking themes, has garnered international acclaim, having participated in numerous international group exhibitions in the USA and the UK.
Simply put, the Fountainhead art exhibition celebrates creation and creatives. Ini Oluwa invites all art lovers, collectors and enthusiasts from all walks of life — finance, technology, design, art, health, government, etc. — to experience an escape like they’ve never seen before through his artworks.