Etinosa Yvonne is a self-taught documentary...

Etinosa Yvonne is a self-taught documentary photographer and visual artist born and brought up in Nigeria. She works with various art forms including photos and videos.

The primary focus of her work is the exploration of themes related to culture, religion, tradition, the environment, the human condition and social injustice.

She has received grants from National Geographic Society, Art X, Women Photograph as well as an award from National Geographic in partnership with Lagos Photo and the Royal Photographic Society for her project; It’s All In My Head.

She has participated in various Lab, mentorship and residency programmes.

In 2022, Etinosa was one of eight artists selected for the inaugural Advocacy and the ARTS Fellowship which is a collaboration between CARE International and the Rockefeller Foundation. Her works have been shown in biennales,  festivals, museums and galleries in different parts of the world. Her works have also been published in several international publications.


Etinosa Yvonne

Etinosa Yvonne (b. 1989) is a self taught documentary photographer from Benin, Nigeria. Etinosa’s work focuses on underreported societal issues as it affects the everyday Nigerian and society at large.
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