David Agenjo and Chibuike Uzoma

David Agenjo – Laundry

Chibuike Uzoma – Desire Series

D Contemporary is very happy to present

David Agenjo and Chibuike Uzoma

Co-Curated by Inês Valle – founder of The Cera Project and Mara Alves Curator at D Contemporary.

21 June – 1 July

11 – 18:00

Private View | 20 June 18:30 – 21:00

RSVP – sok@strategyinternational.co.uk

David Agenjo – a self-taught Spanish artist based in North London.

His new collection of portraits and life studies are inspired by his latest artistic residencies in the densely populated cities of Shenzhen and Mumbai.

Themes of the everyday are emphasised; giving a greater status to subjects that would perhaps otherwise go unnoticed. Visual narratives of quantity and repetition symptomatic of endless manufacturing and human labour are depicted throughout the collection. His works explore the revealing and concealed aspects of modern life via textiles, patterns and waste.

Chibuike Uzoma – a social commentator, developing an active multidisciplinary practice with photography, painting, text and drawing. Although his artistic interest diverges through places and times he is always drawn by life and the reciprocals between humans and the human condition. His works engage contemporary African politics, thought, colonialism, dictatorship, immigration, as well as themes related to urbanization, unemployment, religious and ethnic conflicts.  Currently, he lives and works in Nigeria