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Daddy K exhibits “SELFLESS & THE TREACHEROUS HUMAN” At Dubai World Art.

Daddy K

Daddy K, a Nigerian painter and businessman based in Dubai, is set to exhibit his latest works, “SELFLESS & THE TREACHEROUS HUMAN,” at the 9th edition of World Art Dubai. The event, which started today, 9th of March will run till the 12th of March 2023 at the Dubai World centre.

Daddy K, whose real name is “Akpojivi Joel Onoriode”, is known for his unique and captivating style, which blends bright colors and bold lines to create artworks that are both visually stunning and thought-provoking. His works often explore themes such as identity, heritage, and the human condition.
“SELFLESS & THE TREACHEROUS HUMAN,” Daddy K’s latest series of works, is a reflection on the duality of the human experience. The paintings depict the struggles and triumphs of humanity, showcasing both our selfless and treacherous sides. The series is a powerful commentary on the complexities of human nature and invites viewers to reflect on their own experiences and perspectives.

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Daddy K’s participation in World Art Dubai is an attestation to his talent and the growing recognition of his works in the art world. The event is a significant platform for emerging and established artists to showcase their artworks, connect with potential buyers and collectors, and gain recognition in the industry.

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For Daddy K, the event is also an opportunity to share his unique vision and ideas with a global audience. His participation in World Art Dubai is a significant milestone in his career, and he is excited to share his latest works with art enthusiasts and collectors from all over the world.

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In conclusion, Daddy K’s participation in World Art Dubai and his latest series of works, “SELFLESS & THE TREACHEROUS HUMAN,” is a significant achievement and attests to his growing reputation in the art world. We look forward to seeing his continued success and the impact of his works on the industry and society. Over 400 different artists and art curators from over 60 countries around the world will be represented at the event.

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