METAMODERN VISION OF TOLA WEWE.
I am joyful today that I gave birth to a new baby.
As a writer, I am always very happy to see my new book in print.
A book is like a child: it takes a lot of work to raise a child.
But the credit for raising a child doesn’t belong to the parents only: the community also supports the parents as they raise the child from infancy to adulthood.
This new book, therefore, is not just the product of my pen: it is the work of an entire community.
First, it is a book about the art of Adetola Wewe, one of the most creative minds working in Africa today.
On the back cover, you will find the blurb of Bolaji Campbell, a professor of art history at the Rhode Island School of Design.
The editor, Temi, aka Nana Asantewa, did an amazing job seeing the work through from the raw material to the hard copy.
The book designers, who I never met, are the midwives who really delivered the book like a baby.
Now the baby is born.
Let all of us enjoy it.
It is not just my baby. It belongs to all of you, my friends.
I didn’t write it for myself.
I wrote it for you.
The title is METAMODERN VISION OF TOLA WEWE.
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