Enotie Ogbebor is a professional multidisciplinary Artist. His practice includes Painting, Sculpture, Music and Performance art. He is considered an authority on Benin court art and passionate about history. He is a leading voice in the discourse and plays a very active role in the restitution of ancient Benin bronzes and artifacts which are in the possession of foreign museums. He was selected by the Great Benin centenary committee to show his works at the Oba of Benin Royal Art exhibitions in 1997 which was organized to commemorate the Centennial of the British Invasion of Benin Kingdom.Enotie Ogbebor’s works can be found in numerous notable private and public institutions across the world.
In 2016, Enotie set up Nosona Studios, a creative hub for fine artists in Benin and in 2018 Nosona Studios was selected as a vendor organization to the Smithsonian institute in Washington DC U.S.A. In the area of training to preserve old techniques he also set up Edo Global Art Foundation, a platform for the development of multidisciplinary artists.
He is a steering committee member of the Benin Dialogue Group. He is currently collaborating with Sir David Adjaye OBE RA on the design of the Edo Museum for West African Arts (E.M.O.W.A.A) and is also a director on the board of the Legacy Restoration Trust (L.R.T) responsible for E.M.O.W.A.A.