Nneka Iwunna Ezemezue is a Nigerian based visual...

Nneka Iwunna Ezemezue is a Nigerian based visual artist with a multidisciplinary approach that encompasses photography, graphics, and collage. Her artistic approach converges around notions of culture, tradition, gender dynamics, environmental consciousness, and communal complexities. 

Ezemezue's work has garnered project grants over the years, notably including support from the Magnum Foundation Fund. She was shortlisted for the esteemed Contemporary African Photography prize and nominated for the Joop Stewart Masterclass.

Her work has been shown in festivals, biennials and galleries including the Photo Fence in New York, Exposure festival in Canada, Ethiopia’s Addis Foto Fest, among others. Notable publications, both in print and online, such as Dienacht magazine, NPR, British Journal of Photography, The Guardian, and World Press Photo Witness have featured her works.

She is a member of African Photojournalism Database and Women Photograph.

Nneka Iwunna Ezemezue

Nneka Iwunna Ezemezue is a Nigerian visual artist and documentary photographer who lives and works in Nigeria and United Kingdom.
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