Toyin
Ojih Odutola



 

Information



TOYIN OJIH ODUTOLA is known for creating detailed, multimedia drawings on paper with focus on topography of skin as location and immersive visual storytelling. Often presented in large scale series or “chapters,” her works exist collectively long after they’ve been separated.



︎︎︎ CV
︎︎︎ Timeline
︎︎︎ Instagram





Press / Writings



2022


Great Immigrants 2022 Honoree, Carnegie Corporation

On Storytelling with Erin J. Gilbert, Hirshhorn Museum

Smithsonian Magazine, by Roger Catlin


︎︎︎ Extended List





Galleries



Refer all inquiries, be they
acquisition(s), artwork loan(s), press,
image licensing, events, &c, to either:


Jack Shainman New York    

Corvi-Mora 
London






Publications

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Site content is copyrighted Toyin Ojih Odutola, 2022. All Rights Reserved. 
︎Select photographs from “Homepage” slideshow and “Timeline” Courtesy of Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Kunsten Museum Aalborg, Barbican Centre, Whitney Museum of American Art, Savannah College of Art and Design Museum of Art, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco, Pinchuk Art Centre, The Frick Collection, & Jack Shainman Gallery.