Kitchen And Fat Pots Framed Print

Kitchen And Fat Pots by Muyiwa OSIFUYE

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Kitchen And Fat Pots Framed Print By Muyiwa Osifuye


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8.00" x 5.63"

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12.50" x 10.13"



Kitchen and Fat Pots by Muyiwa OSIFUYE - 8.00" x 5.63"



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111MBLK - Economy Rainbow Metal - Matte Black - 11 (111MBLK)


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Arctic White



1/8" Clear Acrylic - Foam Core Mounting



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About the Image

Kitchen and Fat Pots by Muyiwa OSIFUYE

Here is a woman who has to prepare a delicacy from guinea corn, to be sold in the neighbourhood as she or with the assistance of her kids �after school-hawk around. It is common for Nigerian housewives to eke out a living, to augment the family general income. African housewives are good at this extra efforts. There are some consumers waiting for the food at an assured hour, every day. The hot porridge is made in these huge iron pots. At this moment the happy daughter beckons at the mother and thereafter the girl retreats to their room in this slum. The relation on the right is doing her laundry. Every available space in many slums is used. I took this picture when on assignment for my work for the 50th Venice Biennale in Italy.

About the Artist - Muyiwa OSIFUYE


Muyiwa Osifuye was born in Lagos on Jan 6th 1960 and he is based in Nigeria. He studied Optometry (1984) and also had an MBA-Finance &Marketing (1990) from the University of Benin and University of Lagos, respectively. But in 1996, he also ventured into the world of photography while he got additional training by the New York Institute of Photography between 1999 and 2002. He has been working in the documentary/art mode and also does commercial assignments especially in aerial photography for the oil and gas industry. He is also a practising entrepreneur, Optometrist, Interior designer, self-publisher/author and a thinker. Some of his writings can be seen at...

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