No to racism

Tosin Ogunniy
Nigeria

€2.657,83

Painting, Mixed Media on Canvas

Size: 66 W x 68 H cm / 26 W x 27 H in

Ships in a tube 

About The Artwork

"This painting critically discusses the concepts of blackism and pan-Africanism as impelling revolutionary tools that seek to re-establish and reaffirm the primacy, identity, and personality of black people in Africa and in the diaspora. It also discusses blackism as an African renaissance ideology that campaigns for the total emancipation of black people and a convulsive rejection of all forms of colonialism, neo-colonialism, Eurocentrism, nepotism and ethnic chauvinism, while advocating an acceptance of Afrocentrism, unity and oneness of blacks as indispensable tools needed for the dethronement of all forms of racism,This paintings hinges the underdevelopment of the black continent on the deliberate attempt of the imperialists and their black cronies who rule with iron hands to keep blacks in perpetual slavery."

Originally created: 2023
Subject: Women
Materials: Canva
Medium: Acrylic and charcoal
Styles: Figurativism and Surrealism

Details & Dimensions

Painting: Acrylic and charcoal on Canvas
Original: One-of-a-kind Artwork
Size: 66 W x 68 H cm
Frame: Not Framed
Ready to Hang: Not applicable
Packaging: Ships in a tube

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This painting critically discusses the concepts of blackism and pan-Africanism as impelling revolutionary tools that seek to re-establish and reaffirm the primacy, identity, and personality of black people in Africa and in the diaspora.

Tosin Ogunniy

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Tosin Ogunniy

Raised predominantly by his mother, a single parent who faced significant challenges after the loss of her husband, Tosin draws inspiration from the bittersweet essence of life. His art captures the respect for feminine figures in society and the broader black community. Merging charcoal and acrylics, he skillfully represents black and conceptual themes in his work. His art centers around love, hope, faith, romance, body positivity, and kindness, aiming to amplify underrepresented or marginalized voices. Through meticulous observation of individuals, Tosin emphasizes fairness and equality, challenging notions of superiority.

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