Sokari is a Nigerian British feminist, photographer, visual scholar, writer, and activist. She has lived and worked in Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, and the US. Her work focuses on decolonization, sexuality and sexual rights,...
Focus:Photographer, Street Art, Editor, Writer, Researcher, Documentary, Creative, Photography, Portraiture, Culture, Arts & Culture, Civil Rights and Social Inequality, Humanitarian, Opinions
Skills:Research, Copy Editing, Digital Printing, Adobe Photoshop, Photo Editing, Black & White Printing, Color Printing, Copywriting
Working the Spirit, image by Sokari Ekine
Sokari Ekine, New Orleans
“ Lespri a rele timoun yo”. Haiti.Black and White on canvas Sokari Ekine
FanFa, Serge Mouri, Payan, Haiti. Black and white on archival matt. Sokari Ekine
Painting by Nigerian artist, Owolabi Ayodele. Canvas
Photo by Eric Waters, New Orleans
Working the Spirit: Rituals of the African Diaspora
Nov 11, 2019
Working the Spirit: Rituals of the African Diaspora is an exhibition curated by Dr. Sarah Clunis and presented at Xavier Gallery, Xavier University, New Orleans, LA. The exhibition opens on November 7th until April 3rd, 2020.
Sokari Ekine's photography holds center stage with eleven exhibits four of which are 58 1/2 x 39 printed on canvas.