Nigerian-American artist Toyin Odutola was recently named among Forbes’ “lasix online

om photographs often depict the human face. She credits it to her "fascination" with ancient sculptures from Benin. "I’m more interested in the face than the body," she recently told the Village Voice. "I sometimes feel like the body—and this could be my own projection—but I feel like the body is contentious, and whenever you show a body, whether male or female, immediately people

kind of have this image with representational work." Here’s a look at Odutola’s work, which you can see at the Studio Museum in Harlem.” target=”_blank”>30 Under 30”

names to watch in 2012.

Odutola’s pen-and-ink drawings made from photographs often depict the human face. She credits it to her “fascination” with ancient sculptures from Benin. “I’m more interested in the face than the body,” she recently told the Village Voice.

“I sometimes feel like the body—and this could be my own projection—but I feel like the body is contentious, and whenever you show a body, whether male or female, immediately people canada drugstores americans viagra border kind of have this image with representational work.”

You can see Odutola’s work at the Studio Museum in Harlem.

 

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