Prince Kalu Maduekwe was born in Nigeria. He lives and works in both Nigeria and in Richmond Texas, United States of America. He graduated in 1993 at the Art School of the Institute of Management and Technology (IMT) Enugu State, Nigeria. He majored in painting.
Women should be left to embrace their uniqueness, their individuality. They should be allowed to freely expressed their sexuality in how they speak, dress, act, and most importantly on how they were created without pressuring and harassing them into looking certain way in other to be accepted by society as being beautiful. A woman should choose how she live her life within the concept of her spirituality.
We have also neglected the bullying of the black female, the wide chasm and disparity within the female gender. The uniqueness and strength of the black woman have been, and continue to be, suppressed. I strive to bring to light, the question, what being black and beautiful really means. As we confront this question, tension is unavoidable, and I feel this when most people encounter my recent works.
Society should recognize that GIRLS are not value to be shaped, used and manipulated to conform to traditions, they should grow up to whom they want to become.
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I know who I am, I am a woman, I freely expressed my sexuality in how I speak, dress, act, and now I have a powerful tool to be seen and heard, the SOCIAL MEDIA.