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Moses Zibor

1978
Lagos, Nigeria

21 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Kazakhstan

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Works by Moses Zibor

Money Eyes

2021

50 x 70 cm

7676,07 €

Only the Wise

2020

140 x 140 cm

16311,65 €

Table Soccer

2021

104 x 105 cm

16311,65 €

Grinding Paid Off

2021

140 x 140 cm

16311,65 €

Uncle Joe

2021

140 x 140 cm

16311,65 €

Intuition

2020

100 x 150 cm

16311,65 €

Hatching

2021

120 x 140 cm

16311,65 €

Reincarnation

2020

140 x 140 cm

16311,65 €

My Red Rose

2021

70 x 55 cm

7676,07 €

No Strings

2021

150 x 100 cm

16311,65 €

Umaru

2021

120 x 80 cm

10554,60 €

Runway

2021

150 x 60 cm

10554,60 €

Ice Cream Man

2021

100 x 128 cm

16311,65 €

Reflection

2021

70 x 60 cm

SOLD

Masters

2021

160 x 140 cm

SOLD

Up

2021

140 x 130 cm

SOLD

Nothing Is Permanent

2021

80 x 70 cm

7676,07 €

Still Comforted

2021

150 x 120 cm

16311,65 €

Feminine Elegance

2021

150 x 120 cm

16311,65 €

Make Your Choice

2021

100 x 150 cm

16311,65 €

Dream Infinity

2021

150 x 120 cm

16311,65 €

Multitalented Moses Zibor, who started painting and drawing at the age of 7, is a man of many parts—model, actor, musician, footballer, physiologist, energy therapist, philanthropist, artist. He is a Kazakhstan-based artist from Bayelsa State who was born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria to a Nigerian father and  Ghanaian mother. Born in 1978 in Lagos, Zibor completed his primary, secondary and university education all from 1985-2008. He graduated as a first class student from Yaba college of Technology in Yaba, Lagos in 2008, and immediately began a full time career as a professional painter engaging in many different art shows and exhibitions around the world. Despite a burgeoning career, Zibor took a 10 year hiatus from the world of art in 2010 to pursue another passion of his—football.  In 2020, a resurgent Moses Zibor was armed with elegantly rendered figurative paintings, pictorial essays, and essays of contemporary men and women. His art is alive with power, colour, and vibrancy that seemed to have only intensified with his time away from the canvas.