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  Prince Twins Seven-Seven was named UNESCO: Artist for Peace on May 24, 2005. He went to Paris to receive his award in the presence of the President of Nigeria (see attached press release). (Link site I just sent to you here?)

The Indianapolis Museum of Art opened their new Contemporary African Art wing in August, 2000 featuring the works of Prince Twins Seven-Seven.

The Smithsonian National Museum of African Art in Washington, D.C. had their exhibit, "Oshogbo: The Early Years" featuring Twins' Art and Music between January 19th, and October 20th, 2000. The Smithsonian also opened a new exhibit entitled:



Prince Twins Seven-Seven
 
  "Encounters with African Art" featuring several of Twins works which ran from January 4, 2001 to January 4, 2002. "African Art: A New Perspective" was Twins' new exhibit which opened on February 1lth, 2001 at the Aftican Art Museum of Marylaind, Columbia, Maryland.

PrinceTwins Seven-Seven had an exhibit at the Porter Gallery at the University of California at Santa Cruz between April 12th and May 4th, 2002. The Allens Lane Gallery in Philadelphia hosted Twins works in an exhibit entitled “The Global Living Myth of Africa: Past and Recent Work by Prince Twins Seven-Seven, January 18-February 16, 2003. Between October 1-December 31, 2003 the works of Twins Seven-Seven appeared at the James E. Lewis Museum of Art in Baltimore, Md. The art of Twins Seven-Seven was part of the exhibit “African Art, African Voices: Long Steps Never Broke A Back which appeared at the Philadelphia Museum of Art from October 2, 2004 through January 2, 2005 in Philadelphia, PA.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art held a reception in honor of Twins Seven-Seven’s award as UNESCO’s Artist For Peace, 2005 on October 6, 2005. In May, 2006 as the result of a donor’s gift, the Philadelphia Museum put one of his early works on permanent display: “Spirits of my Reincarnation Brothers and Sisters (1968-69).”

In February, 2006, Prince Twins Seven-Seven did two presentations for the Indianapolis Museum of Art. IMA proudly displays Twins’ work which is featured in their new contemporary wing. Prince also gave workshops for Indiana University at Bloomington and the Indianapolis Children’s Museum.

A New Acquisition Display, “Spirits of My Reincarnation Brothers and Sisters,” Oshogbo, 1968-1969, appeared at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Pennsylvania, May 5, 2006.

In 2007 – Twins Seven-Seven had a solo exhibit at the Galerie in der Promenade, Furth, Germany, between June 17 – July 27; while the group exhibit “Contemporary African Art from the Collection of Williams Jones,” appeared at the Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, in Newark, New Jersey between February 22 – March 24.

The group exhibit, “Mami Wata (Mother Water) Arts for Water Spirits in Africa and its Diasporas,“ appeared at The Fowler Museum at the University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California between April 6 – August 10, 2008. “George Lilanga – Kivuthi Mbuno – Cheri Samba – Twins Seven-Seven,” AFRICA SELECT III, appeared at the ARTCO Gallery Gmbh, Herzogenrath, Germany, June 12 – August 14, 2008.

“Mami Wata (Mother Water) Arts for Water Spirits in Africa and its Diasporas,“ was shown again at The National Museum of Art, in Washington, D.C., between April 1 – July 26, 2009.