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Yetunde Babaeko Holds First Breast Cancer Awareness Photo Exhibition in West Africa

Leading photographer Yetunde Babaeko and X-perspective, a group of female photographers launched a first of a kind photo exhibition to the delight of guests who converged at Goethe Institute, Onikan on the 8th of March, 2014 to create awareness for breast cancer.

 

The exhibition drew guests ranging from photographers to art and health enthusiasts and the general public. The event commenced with a one-minute silence for Pa J.D Okhai Ojekere a legendary photographer who was buried on the same day. Yetunde Babaeko opened the event with a speech on her idea behind X-perspective initiative and the exhibition.

 

 

Steve Babaeko and his children

Steve Babaeko and his children

A guest showing emotions at the exhibition

A guest showing emotions at the exhibition

sebeccly stand at the exhibition

Photos showcased were taken by a group of independent female photographers known as X-perspective led by leading photographer Yetunde Babaeko who are driven by the collective goal of “making a lasting impact through the lens of a camera”. Photos from six photographers were showcased, each of them telling a unique story about different cancer survivors.

 

 

 

Yetunde Babaeko and a guest at the exhibition

Yetunde Babaeko and a guest at the exhibition

wana founder 1K4Cancer and Yetunde babaeko

Wana founder 1K4Cancer and Yetunde babaeko

Yetunde Babaeko sharing the idea behind this photo

Yetunde Babaeko sharing the idea behind this photo

 

 

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