IKEH, Charles

Born November 29, I960




Training: HND in fine arts, Yaba College of Technology, 1988, specializing in painting. Profile: Full name, Charles Ifeanyi-Chuks Ikeh; lecturer, NYSC, Department of Fine Arts, Yaba College of Technology, Lagos, 1989; graphic artist, Ministry of Information, Enugu, from 1990. Member: Society of Nigerian Artists. Group Exhibitions Art and Design Student Association, Yaba College of Technology, Lagos, 1988. NYSC Exhibition, Abuja, 1988. "Reflections: An Art Exhibition of the Society of Nigerian Artists," National Theatre, Lagos, December 16-30, 1988. "Exhibition of Exceptional Collection of Art Works," Safari Gallery, Lagos, 1988. "An Experience of Moods in Colour," Barnette Exhibition, Lagos, March 1989. "Side by Side," Banker's House, Lagos, October 28-30, 1989. "Our Impressions: An Exhibition of Paintings, Sculptural Pieces &Drawings," Soviet Cultural Centre, Lagos, May 23-30, 1989. "Rhythms of Life," National Museum, Lagos, November 4-9, 1989. "Creative Dialogue:SNA at 25," National Theatre, Lagos, November 27-December 10, 1989. "Vision for Excellence," Home Design Centre, Lagos, December16-23, 1989. "Images of the Nigerian Nation," National Theatre, Lagos, September 29- October 13, 1990. Commissions Murals, Gray's International School, Kaduna. Portrait, Obi of Onitsha. Bibliography Our Impressions; An Exhibition of Paintings, Sculptural Pieces &Drawings by: Omolara Ige, Charles Ikeh, Edwin Inyang, Mazi Nwajei, Peter Coker, 23rd May-30th May, 19891 sponsored by The Soviet Cultural Centre, Lagos; introduction by Kolade Oshinowo. [Lagos: The Soviet Cultural Centre, 1989]. [unpaged], illus. Reviewed: Alvan Ewuzie, "Synthesis of Impressions," Daily Champion (Lagos) May 31, 1989, pages 7, 13; Dupe Odunade, "Long-Lasting 'Impressions'," Vanguard (Lagos)June 8, 1989, page 8; Gbile Oshadipe, "Unique Impressions at 'Our Impressions'," Lagos Life (Lagos)June 29-July 5, 1989, page 7. Rhythms of Life: An Exhibition ofMixed Media, Paintings and Drawings by Charles Ikeh and Edwin Inyang; [exhibition held at the National Museum, Lagos, November 4- 9, 1989]. Lagos: [s.n.], 1989. 12pp. illus. Reviewed: Omonuyi Nomayo, "Living Arts: Upsurge of Young Painters," Business Times (Lagos) November 13, 1989, page 14; Augustine Njoagwuani, "Rhythms of Life," The Financial Post (Lagos) December 9, 1989, page 20. Side by Side: Exhibition of Drawings and Paintings by Raqib Abolore Bashorun, Peter S. O. Coker, Oluyinka Ekundare, Charles Ifeanyi Ikeh, Rukeme Noserime; [held at Banker's House, Victoria Island, Lagos, October 28-30, 1989. Lagos]: Richard Frederick Associates, 1989. [10]pp. illus.
Gender: Male
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Profession Fine artist
Working Experience Ministry of Information, Graphics Section, Enugu, Enugu State; studio: 2C Morocco Road, Shomolu
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