Updates on Emeka
Emeka Ogboh has kept busy during the pandemic.
A new show The Way Earthly Things Are Going (2. og) opened on the 17th at the Kunstmuseum Ravensburg. Later this week Ogboh will participatein an online discussion on Listening to History: A Conversation with Louis Chude-Sokei. He has also been named a "New Innovator," one of eight artists "Who Are Disrupting the Traditional Way of Buying, Selling, and Valuing Art" by Artnet News.
The Way Earthly Things Are Going (2. og)
Emeka’s sound and light installation The Way Earthy Things Are Going, first created for documenta 14 (Athens, 2017), is the focus of a new show at the Kunstmusuem Ravensberg on view through February 7th, 2021.
Listening to History
As part of the Goethe-Institut Boston’s Shaping the Past: Memory Month, Emeka will be in discussion with scholar and author Louis Chude-Sokei on Thursday, October 22 at 12 p.m. (Boston)/ 6 p.m. (Paris/Berlin).
Emeka Ogboh: A New Innovator
Artnet News has listed Emeka as one of eight innovative artists who is “disrupting the traditional way of buying, selling, and valuing Art.”