By Chris Onuoha
Many today would like to remember their late parents in different ways including memorial parties, thanksgiving services and media advertorial publications, but how many would aspire to leave a legacy of events that may be documented as a study material? That was exactly what the creative and innovative minds of the families of Rev. John Thomas Noserime did when they embarked on a posthumous exhibition of their father’s works and others called The early visual manifest: from Zaria to London to honour a man whose artistic impact in Nigeria must not go uncelebrated.
The Pan Atlantic University foyer, Lekki-Epe way in Aja, Lagos, was the venue and arrays of works on display was an indication of evolving romance between the young and the old contemporaries charting a cause in the Nigerian art scene.
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