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Oil boom, Delta burns : George Osodi picture

Until Sun 2nd Jun

George Osodi

@ International Slavery Museum, Liverpool

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Oil boom, Delta burns : George Osodi

Internationally-acclaimed Nigerian photographer George Osodi has spent more than six years documenting the injustices occurring in the Niger Delta, a region rich in natural resources and beauty.

For more than five centuries the fortunes of the Niger Delta, a southern region of Nigeria in West Africa, have been closely tied to those of the global economy: from its slave ports, then palm oil industry, through to the discovery of crude oil in the 1950s.

The ten photographs in this exhibition explore the realities of daily life along the Niger Delta. They are accompanied by a slideshow featuring a further 200 images from George Osodi’s work. Sometimes graphic, they reveal the human tragedy and ecological destruction being visited on the Niger Delta and its people.

Osodi’s work carries on the cause of Nigerian author, activist and member of the Ogoni people, Ken Saro-Wiwa, who fought against the oil giants and the Nigerian government for the rights of the people.

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Venue Facts

Venue: International Slavery Museum


Address:
Albert Dock
Liverpool
L3 4AQ 53.401222, -2.993244

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Website: liverpoolmuseums.org.uk

Enquiries: 0151 478 4499


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