Ozioma Onuzulike

Ceramic artist, poet, and historian Ozioma Onuzulike is known for creating large-scale tapestries that celebrate Nigerian culture. He is the director of the University of Nigeria’s Institute of African Studies and his work is held in the permanent collections of museums across the United Kingdom, the United States, France, Germany, and Nigeria.

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Embroidered Royal Jumper for Peter Obi
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AIDS to Africa II
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Extra-Large-Sized Jumper
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Starched Babariga for Mr Peter Obi
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Imperial Jumper for the Jagaban
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Yam Barn: Of Harvest and Mixed Feelings
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Ageing Beehives
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Honeycombs II
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Chequered Jumper for Anatsui
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Beaded Jumper for Shonibare
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Zipped Armour for Datti
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Beaded Shirt with Alligator Skin Design
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Ceremonial Konkosa for Wike
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Ceremonial Jalabiya for Nwabali
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Ceremonial Jalabiya for Osimhen
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Jalabiya with Striped Design for Osimhen
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Ceremonial Jalabiya for Troost-Ekong
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Designer Blouse for Aisha
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Royal Babariga for El Rufai II
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Styled Blouse with front Pockets
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An Atomic Snow Bowl
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Natural Ash Sculptural Form
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Broken Flowers
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Abandon24
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Untitled
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The Sphere of Things to Come
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Objects to Listen to V
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