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Born in 1992, Adulphina Imuede is a Nigerian artist whose artistic journey was deeply influenced by the profound love she discovered for drawing and art, which provided her with a deep sense of safety and inner peace. In her early childhood, her family relocated to Lagos, a move necessitated by her father’s service in the Nigerian Army. Imuede’s early exposure to the discipline of a strict family encouraged her interest in drawing as a means of expressing unspoken emotions and desires.


Employing a diverse array of mediums, including ink, watercolour, gouache, coloured pencil, acrylics, and chalk pastels on paper, as well as acrylic on canvas, Imuede’s artistic journey has since transformed into a celebration of self-awareness, a reflection of her personal voice, and an exploration of layers of identity.


Solo exhibition includes, ‘Higher Self,’ 2021 and ‘Phases and Faces,’ 2022, Wunika Mukan Gallery in Lagos. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions including ‘Verdure: A Condition of Freshness,’ Arushi Gallery and So Much Art in Los Angeles; 2023, ‘Faces of The Homeland/African Art Wave,’ Coningsby Gallery in London; 2022, ‘Girls Run The World,’ Eclectica Contemporary in Cape Town; 2022 and ‘I love who you are, I love who you ain't’ Bill Brady Gallery in Miami. She has also showcased at the 6th and 7th editions of ART X Lagos 2021 and 2022 respectively, and the 15th edition of FNB Art Joburg; 2022.




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