Dennis Osadebe is a Nigerian mixed-media artist best known for his vibrant post-pop style. Osadebe’s style is a unique blend of digital processes which he uses to create canvases that are subsequently layered with acrylic paint. With his characteristic use of flattened planes and bold colours, the artist creates what he refers to as a “NEO” visual style, one that is “modern, bright, expressive and provocative”.


Selected Press

Dennis Osadebe on his work and moving away from terms like "African Art", Design Indaba, July 2017

Dennis Osadebe writes an article describing Neo Africa, Konbini, April, 2017

The Artist is Present: Dennis Osadebe on Afrofuturism, Okay Africa, August, 2017








*upcoming: Portrait Of A Bright Generation (Solo Exhibition), Paris, France (January)


Revealed (Group Exhibition), Miami Beach, Florida (December)

Cu-ulture And Tradition: Same Experience, Different Local (Group Exhibition), London, United Kingdom (October- November)

The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi, New York, USA (November)

FNB Joburg Art Fair (Art Fair), Johannesburg, South Africa (September)

Objets Fetiches (Group Exhibition), L'Open Studios, Paris, France (June)

A Stranger In My Home (Solo Exhibition), The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi, New York, USA (May)

POP-UP Galerie (Group Exhibition), Collabzurich, Zurich, Switzerland (April)

52 Lager (Group show)Windisch, Switzerland (January) 

Next Generation Storytellers by Wanuri Kahiu, World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland (January)


ARTOJA (Group Exhibition), Art Twenty One, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria (December)

The London Illustration Fair (Art Fair), Oxo Wharf, South Bank, London, United Kingdom (December)

Remember The Future (Solo Exhibition), Red Door Gallery, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria (June)

Art House Foundation Auction (Art Auction), Kia Show Room, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria (February)


Dennis Osadebe for Orange Culture (Pop-up exhibition), Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria (October)

Lagos Living and Working (Group Exhibition), Heritage Place, ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria (March)

For the Love of Cars (Group Exhibition), Eko Atlantic City, Lagos, Nigeria (January)


Platform (Group Exhibition), Art Twenty One, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria (December) 

Only the Brave (Solo Exhibition), Lagos, Nigeria (September)

Art Pop Up Series (Group Exhibition), IAMISIGO showroon, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria (September)

Rele Loves (Group Exhibition) Rele Gallery, Onikan, Lagos (August)


Culture Shock (Group Exhibition), Terra Kulture, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria (December)


Private Collections

Murtala Muhammed International Airport (Lagos, Nigeria)

Interactive Africa (Cape Town, South Africa)