Otegha Uwagba

Otegha is a writer, mainly of books and occasionally journalism. Otegha's work tends to focus on culture and social issues, so she has written about everything from race and money, to feminism, class, privilege, beauty... basically whatever she is interested in and feels passionate about.
Wondering People_Otegha Uwagba

WP: "What is your most beloved room in your home and why?"
Otegha: "I'm currently about to embark on a major renovation of my flat, which I moved into two years ago - so it doesn't yet look quite as I want it to! But one room I do already love is my study. I'm a writer and so the idea of having a dedicated room to work in - "a room of one's own" - was a fantasy for many years, and I was really thrilled to be able to make that happen when I moved in. I ended up splurging on a gorgeous art deco limed oak desk from Crosta Smith Gallery, and it makes me happy every time I look at it."

Index of Artists

Abhishek KhedekarAleksandra NiemczykAlexandra DuprezAlexandria Coe | GUEST ARTISTAli HewsonAndrew ScottAngus MunkAnna KoraAnyaa DevBarney CurranBen Bradish-EllamesBobbye FermieCaspar BaileyDea DomusDham SrifuengfungEbrahim Bahaa-EldinEd BurkesElena Bianca ZagariFlora WallaceGabriella RhodesGeorge MorganGiulio GhirardiGreg BeckerHannah AckroydHolly MillsIsabelle CarrJack SamelsJameela Stenheden Gordon-KingJay HarperJessica TremaineJiahe ZhangJoe GambleJorge Suárez-KilziJoseph GoodyJurga NekrasaiteKate SempleLavinia GallieLeggy GordonLottie HampsonMark ManziMary Macken AllenMathilde FelterMax FreundMikael SiiriläMiro Lovejoy TeplitzkyOleksandra MartsonOliver OffordOtis BleaseOwen DaviesRie KitagawaRose ShuckburghSophie MerrellTim SalisburyTor HarrisonYiwei XuYrhes

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