Twins Seven Seven
He was designated UNESCO Artist for Peace on 25 May 2005 "“in recognition of his contribution to the promotion of dialogue and understanding among peoples, particularly in Africa and the African Diaspora”.
Twins Seven Seven died on June 16, 2011 following complications from a stroke.
- Olivier Doria d'Angri (Rome/London)
- The Glendonwyn family (Madrid/Tenerife/Dubai)
- Patrick and Awele Okigbo (Abuja, Nigeria)
- William Grimes (July 3, 2011). "Prince Twins Seven-Seven, Nigerian Artist, Dies at 67". The New York Times.
- "Prince Twins Seven-Seven Named UNESCO Artist for Peace". 2005-05-25. Retrieved 2011-11-26.
Available works by Twins Seven-Seven
- Contemporary African art investment /http:// www.kyonoir.com
- African Contemporary | Art Gallery http://www.africancontemporary.com
- Indigo Arts Gallery http://indigoarts.com/gallery_africanart_twin77.html
Twins Seven-Seven, "A Dreaming Life: An Autobiography of Chief Twins Seven-Seven, the Ekerin-Bashorun Atunluto of Ibadanland", Bayreuth: Bayreuth University Press, 1999. ISBN 978-3-927510-61-6
- Glassie, Henry. Prince Twins Seven-Seven: His Art, His Life in Nigeria, His Exile in America. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2010. ISBN 978-0-253-35439-6
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