By Ilam Partricia/Deborah Obot/Lucky Edet
A one day photography exhibition tagged “Expression” has held in Calabar the Cross River State capital.
The exhibition which focused on photography as an expression of art by various exhibitors in the State metropolis, aimed at connecting young and creative minds through a platform of symbiotic relationship where talents, ideas and dreams are shared.
The event which took place at the James Ene Henshaw Foundation had over 50 people in attendance who were given a tour of the various photographs by their respective artists.
High point of the event was a group discussion and a photo session.
The exhibitors are Ogar Monday, Bismark Odey, Uchechukwu Nelson, Oseni Adewumi, Victor Eyo and Opia Collins.
See pictures from the exhibition which had 22 pictures displayed below.
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