The Foundation is presently undertaking a long-term project to publish Ben Enwonwu’s entire artistic output in a comprehensive, multi-volume, illustrated catalogue raisonné. Each volume will feature a detailed chronology of his life and career, as well as discuss his materials and working methods. Catalogue entries for each work will include a full description, condition, provenance, exhibition history and bibliography. A list of works lost, destroyed, and fakes will also feature in the publication.
The catalogue will be distributed to art libraries around the world and available for sale from the Foundation. In addition, it will be online on this website.
Call for Works: The Ben Enwonwu Catalogue Raisonné: Paintings, Sculptures and Drawings
Collectors, museums, galleries and other institutions that own or have owned works by Ben Enwonwu are invited to submit details of the works to The Ben Enwonwu Foundation, for a multi-volume catalogue raisonné.
Photographs and documents related to the artist are also welcome.
We thank you in advance for taking the time to fill out and submit the form below. Your participation is a valued contribution to ongoing scholarship to expand knowledge about Enwonwu's body of work. Submitted materials will become part of the Ben Enwonwu Archive.
If you own or have owned any work by the artist, please complete and submit the questionnaire form so that your work(s) can be included in this definitive publication. Kindly complete one form for each work you own.
Please note that all material submitted will be examined and the final decision of inclusion taken by the editors.
We will also send you relevant materials in our archive regarding your Enwonwu work(s).
Owners may choose to be listed by name or as ‘private collection’ (with or without a city designation). All provided information is kept in strictest confidence and wishes for anonymity will be honoured.
For questions or if experiencing difficulties filling the webform, please contact the Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +234 818 455 3331.
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