Ademola Olugebefola was a pioneer in creating a new image of Blackness in the 1960s and 70s. With his colleagues, he presented images of a new African, one that encompassed not just the continental entity but also the diasporic reality. But underneath this noble purpose there is an artist of great lyricism, who manifests this joy of creativity in an elegant line and a poetic sensibility.

---  Lowery Stokes Sims,
former curator Metropolitan Museum of Art


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