The show, which will run till September 10, is tagged ‘Argungu Series Art Exhibition Series 6’. It aims to disseminate the rich cultural and traditional heritage and ideals inherent in the Argungu Emirate through creative/visual representations.
Oghagbon holds that the bedrock of meaningful development in any society or community has been identified and established as the conscious and passionate appreciation and respect for prevalent cultural trajectory.
“It is important to acknowledge that visual documentation and representations are very potent tools of communication. Information disseminated there from re- vibrates indelibly in the recipient’s sub-conscious perpetually,” Oghagbon said.
Others are: 2017 'Argungu Series 4’ in honour of His Royal Highness, the Emir of Argungu, Alhaji Samaila Muhammadu Meracon. Kanta Museum, Argungu, Kebbi State, Nigeria; 2017 'Argungu Series 5 with Argungu polo tournament' Argungu in Kebbi State, Nigeria.
Today, however, Oghagbon is a professional studio artist and freelance tourism photographer. He specialises in cultural festival, documentary, environmental, travel and adventure photography for present and future generations.
Indeed, his works are is known in Nigeria where it is widely represented in private and public collections. And with six solo exhibitions and over forty group exhibitions to his credit, the painter hopes to views will see beyond the strokes of brush and the frames of canvases in his pieces.