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Folu Oyefeso

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Deconstructing ‘Ibeji’, Twins in Igbo-Ora, Oyo State

Visiting the Soapstone Images: Treasures of the Esie museum, Kwara State

Unearthing Creativity: Exploring the Potentials of Clay in Dada Pottery Village, Ilorin

Visiting The Odua Museum and Hall of Fame in Cocoa House, Ibadan

Unveiling the Epic Saga: The Kiriji War - Yoruba's Longest Civil Conflict

Getting lost at the National Archives of Nigeria, Ibadan

Discovering Arinta Waterfalls: Ekiti State's Hidden Natural Gem

Experiencing the therapeutic warm springs of Ikogosi, Ekiti State.

Exploring the Significance of the Egungun Festival in Yoruba Culture

Browse limited edition fine art prints

Folu Oyefeso is a Nigerian photographer and writer whose work aims to capture and celebrate the beauty, diversity, and resilience of Africa. Through photography and storytelling, Oyefeso challenges stereotypes and assumptions about Africa to present a more nuanced and authentic portrayal of the continent, its landscape and its people.

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