KJ Abudu

KJ Abudu is a critic and curator based between London, Lagos, and New York. KJ is a 2022-23 Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellow at the Whitney Independent Study Program and will be curating a pavilion-bound exhibition, Traces of Ecstasy, for the fourth edition of the Lagos Biennial in 2023. He won the 2019 Frieze Writer’s Prize.

Vanessa Peterson interviews curator KJ Abudu about the latest iteration of his project, currently on view at Pace Gallery, London

BY KJ Abudu AND Vanessa Peterson | 27 JUL 22

The provocative and politically prescient exhibition grapples with hard truths and traumatic histories 

BY KJ Abudu | 25 NOV 19

The post-minimalist based her abstractions on one predicament - ‘I don’t know where I come from and I don’t know where I’m going’

BY KJ Abudu | 29 OCT 19