Tony Nsofor

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Tony Nsofor is a Nigerian painter.


Tony Nsofor has featured widely in group exhibitions in Nigeria and abroad. Some of them are: "6 new painters from Nsukka 1997"The British Council, Enugu, [1] "With a Human Face" Pan-African University, Lagos, 2008, "Afrika Heritage 2006: The 6th Biennale of the Pan-African Circle of Artists" [2] "Art for hope", The Grind Gallery, Los Angeles, 2008, [3]



Born in Oguta, Nigeria in May, 1973. He studied Fine and Applied Arts at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and majored in Painting in 1997. After graduation he worked with Comet Newspapers for a year before going into full time studio practice. Since 2008 he is working part-time as an art instructor at Whitesands School, Lagos, Nigeria. [4]


"ART — Conceptualism: What is the idea?", article in 234Magazine [5]

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