From the New York Times: "Organized by James Green, associate curator of African art at the Yale Gallery, the exhibition places us deep in the context of Bamigboye’s social culture. We see sculptures by near-contemporary Yoruba carvers like Dadaolomo, Akiyode of Abeokuta, and Areo-ogun-yan-na, whom he regarded as inspirations and rivals. And there are types of ritual objects — divination instruments, ceremonial staffs — on which Bamigboye would put his imaginative stamp. (In addition to running an art studio, he multitasked as a priest in a divination cult, an herbalist healer and, for the last dozen years of his life, the ruler of Kajola.)" Read the full article.