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David Moriya



It was intuition which lead to the collaboration between visual and performing artist, Laolu Senbanjo and Bronze Kingdom, African Art Gallery, for an exhibit at SCOPE Art Show Miami Beach.

Inspired by the beauty and Yoruba mythology narrative exhibited in Laolu's artwork and the history behind the palatial bronze sculptures from West African royalty, I knew there would prove to be a connection.  

THE RESULT: a collaboration which birthed a limited-edition, six-piece bronze sculpture collection adorned with Laolu's Afromysteric style of art.


Introducing the largest collection of African bronze in the world to one of the most important storytellers of our time, proved to be a success in elevating both brands to an international audience in the art world.  

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