EYEEM Portraitist Award-2017
50OPX Guest Editor December, 2017
TOP 40 Photographs from around the world- My Modern Met.
ADOBE MAX Thumbnail Artist. 2021
ADOBE Creative Cloud. Behance Narrated Link
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Communication Arts. Link
MUSEE Magazine Link
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People’s Stories Project Link
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EYEEM 2017 Award Winners Link
La Peste Mexican Art Magazine
Cover Photo for the book “Exodus” by Gbenga Adeoba Published by the University of Nebraska Press. Link
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Adeolu Osibodu (B .1997) is a Photographer/Photo-Artist from Lagos, Nigeria.
Adeolu, from a young age has constantly been drawn between dreams and ideas. Inspired by life and his experiences, Adeolu witnesses moments in time that express a sense of multi reality, hallucination and a feeling of lost memory. His work with images portray a peculiar notion of the fleeting of time with an underlying regard for sentiment.
From age 18, Adeolu began to use photography as his tool for self expression portraying moods and thoughts that are often left unsaid.
He also works on commissioned and commercial projects with select brands and bodies.
Art Paris. April, 2018. Grand Palais, with the ArtCo Gallery.
Lagos Photo festival. November, 2019 “Saggios” was showcased at the 2019 Lagos Photography Festival themed "PASSPORTS".
Behind the Portrait. Gulf Photo Plus. UAE. November, 2017
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Exhibition by 500px. Toronto, Canada.
“What lies beneath” exhibition hosted by 500PX for the Contact Photography Festival in Toronto, Canada. May, 2019.
IMAGE NATION PARIS. Paris Photo Off, November, 2019. By Image Nation Paris. 8-9, November.
AREZZO Photography Biennial. Tuscany, Italy. 30, November to 16th, December, 2018. along side 29 other artists from around the globe.
INVESTEC CAPE TOWN ART FAIR. February, 2020.
South Africa. With ArtCo Gallery.
FACE TO FACE. ArtCo Gallery. Aachen, Germany. June, 2019.Aachen Germany. By ArCo Gallery.
SUPREMACY PROJECT. St Ann’s Warehouse. Brooklyn, New York. Jan-April, 2022. Street walls of St Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York as part of a series by “Supremacy Project”. A movement aimed at addressing injustice. Curated by Julian Alexander and Khadijat Oseni.