The Underdog of the Contemporary African Art Fair

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The Underdog of the Contemporary African Art Fair
21st October 2014

Adjani Okpu-Egbe has a very interesting history, having been born in Cameroon and running away from home and ending up in the British Army.

He later pursued an artistic career, which brings him to London and the Contemporary African Art Fair.

He pulls inspiration from London as a city, and the black culture within in. He focused on the story of Stephen Lawrence and the Brixton riots as influences for his work.

He work in the fair is called ‘Underdog’ and he explains why. 

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