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Virtual Museum Of Contemporary African Art
   
country of originNigeria
addressPrinsestraat 53
zip2513 CB
cityDen Haag
tel+31 70 365 82 19
+31 70 365 45 57
fax+31 70 365 82 19
emailtloye@worldonline.nl
websitewww.chiefsandspirits.nl
mediaElements in the work of Toyin Loye celebrate the richness and attributes of African culture. The colourful animals, human figures and masks are evoked in his work to pay tribute to his ancestors, gods and spirits. Eyele (pigeon) the messenger between the
 
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Education

1972-1975: Student of streetartist, Ibadan, Nigeria
1981-1983: College of Arts & Science, Ile-Ife, Nigeria
1983-1987: University of Ife, Nigeria
1991-1994: Lived and travelled through Asia; Indonesia, Bhutan,
Singapore, Malaysia, India, Japan, Sri Lanka and
the Philipines
1995: Settled as independent visual artist in The Hague,
The Netherlands

Exhibitions

1987: National Theatre, Lagos, Nigeria
1993: Erasmushuis, Jakarta, Indonesia (solo)
Osaka Triennal , Osaka, Japan
1994: Osaka Triennal, Japan
1994: Galerie Chiefs & Spirits, The Hague (solo), The Netherlands
1995: KunstRai, Amsterdam
Inkt Galerie, The Hague (solo), The Netherlands
Line Art, International Art Fair, Gent, Belgium
Galerie Speijer & Vogtschmidt, Amsterdam (solo)
1996: Galerie Annee, Haarlem (solo), The Netherlands
Holland Art Fair, The Hague
Galerie Chiefs & Spirits, Brussels
KunstRai, Amsterdam
Jaski Art Gallery, Amsterdam
Esprit Benelux, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Brussels
1997: Holland Art Fair, The Hague, The Netherlands
KunstRai, Amsterdam
Inkt Galerie, Delft (solo), The Netherlands
SVB, Amstelveen (solo), The Netherlands
1998: Galerie Sonsbeek / Esebius Kerk (Church), Arnhem,
The Netherlands
Reinart Gallery, Oss (solo)
Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan
1999: Blackheath Gallery, London, England
Kochi International Triennale, Kochi, Japan
2000: Galerie Zvakanaka, Borne (solo)
2001: BBDO, Berlin (solo)
Galerie Annee, Haarlem (solo), The Netherlands
Kunstuitleen, Gouda (solo), The Netherlands
Galerie Irma la Douce, Diest, Belgium (solo)
Galerie Wawana, Maastricht (solo), The Netherlands