Bámigbóyè: A Master Sculptor of the Yorùbá Tradition

Yale University Art Gallery 1111 Chapel St, New Haven, CT

Bámigbóyè: A Master Sculptor of the Yorùbá Tradition is the first exhibition dedicated to the workshop of the Nigerian artist Moshood Olúṣọmọ Bámigbóyè (ca. 1885–1975). Part of a generation of Yorùbá woodcarvers with flourishing workshops in southwestern Nigeria, Bámigbóyè was highly regarded for the masks that he made in the 1920s and 1930s for ceremonies called Ẹpa. […]

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Fazal Sheikh: Exposures

Yale University Art Gallery 1111 Chapel St, New Haven, CT

Fazal Sheikh (born 1965) has spent his career photographing individuals and communities displaced by conflict and environmental change. Acclaimed for his intimate portraits, Sheikh collaborates closely with his subjects to better understand and share their stories. This exhibition features Sheikh’s newest body of work, Exposure (2017–22), as well as an earlier series, Erasure (2010–15). To make Exposure, set in the […]

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