Collection: Ehiko Odeh

Ehiko Odeh is a Multidisciplinary artist with 7 years of experience born in Lagos, Nigeria and living in Toronto, Ontario. Art her spiritual practice fuelled by play, which leads her to material experimentation.
Ehiko explores decolonization, coiffure, ethnobotany, memory and play in her work. Her style is characterized through an expressive palette with the use of a variety of found or up-cycled textiles emulating the traditional Nigerian practice of craftsmanship through large scale multimediapaintings, textiles, performances, drawings, and installations.

She has showcased work in Lagos, Nigeria, Kolkata, India, and Toronto since graduating from OCAD University in 2021 with a BFA, Minor in Creative Writing. BAND (Black Artist Network In Dialogue) presented her first Canadian solo exhibition in 2019.
Ehiko has won commissions some of them including the Gladstone Hotel House Art. Program, between star shine and clay an exhibition with Career Launchers at Yonge-Dundas Square,  Realised- Reimagined Food Justice exhibition with Foodshare Toronto and Cover art for Lillian Allenʼs new book Make The World New. She now has her work included in the Wedge Gallery collection of Dr Kenneth Montague.