It was an atmosphere thick with admiration and celebration as Affen Oluwasegun Ojo, the contemporary artist popularly known as Ojay, hosted his first-ever solo art exhibition over the weekend.

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The event was held at the Angel and Muse event centre in Lagos and was attended by art lovers.

The three-day showcase, which was held between December 10 and 12, wrapped up with an auction of the artist’s works.

The exhibition titled ‘Omo Aderonke’ was named after the artist’s mother, and it glorified the strength of African women with its array of artwork.

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Ojay told TheCable Lifestyle that the event had been curated in a way that no one would enter the venue without at least a piece of art resonating with their experience, and it was so.

See some photos from the event below:

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