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Jason Andrew
Adegeye, 2014
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Chromogenic print

36.00 x 36.00 in

91.4 x 91.4 cm

Unique Work

Signed on the reverse and numbered 2/10 in the series

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  • Adegeye, a former professional football player with the Nigerian Premier League club Sunshine Stars F.C, lays against the wall of his small apartment after dislocating his shoulder during a friendly match at the Akure Township Stadium where he used to play professional on February 14, 2014 in Akure, Nigeria. Adegeye spent the last few years in Istanbul, Turkey where he was trying to play professional football only to fall victim to alcoholism and poverty. Adegeye returned home in December 2013 for a short visit only to lose his passport and visa, unable to return back to Turkey.
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