Selected Publications/Articles:

  • Okpe, T. (1993),‘Shave International Artists Workshop’ The Eye Journal of Contemporary Art, Vol. 2, No. 2, The Eye Society, Zaria.
  • Okpe, T. (1998), 'Women's Art and the Roles of Galleries, Museums and  Cultural bodies in Nigeria'. Mukaballa: Journal of  Performing Arts, Vol.1, No.1. Department of English and Drama, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
  • Okpe, T. (2000), 'Mad People Take to Your Asylum! Artist-Led Initiatives: An Alternate Space Agenda',ZANE:Journal of Art Education,Vol.1No.1, Nigerian Society for Education through Art & Fine Arts Dept. ABU. Zaria.
  • Okpe, T. (2000), 'Has South Really Been West?War der Suden Wirklich im Westen?' SOUTH  MEETS WEST, Published by Kunsthalle Bern,Switzerland.
  • Okpe, T. (2000), 'Bamboo Installation ,Sculpture, In/Outside Water'ENVIRON: Journal of Environ. Studies, Fac. of Env. Design, ABU Zaria,Vol.1,No.4.
  • Okpe, T. (2000) Grenzganger: Art Beyond the Borders', Journal of Creative Arts,Vol 1, No.2. Department of Creative Arts, University of Port Harcourt.
  • Okpe, T. (2001),'Sculptural Patina as Integral and Superficial Finishings', Work in Progress No12 Journal of the Dept. of English & Drama, ABU, Zaria.  
  • Okpe, T. (2001), 'Memoire de L'aftershave' Nka:Journal of Contemporary African Art,13/14 Africana Studies & Research Center, Cornell University N/York.
  • Okpe, T. (2001), 'Aftertaste:Of Kunst im Kraftwerk/Sculpture in the Power Generating Station'. Journal of Creative Arts, Vol.1, No 4. Department of Creative Arts, University of  Port Harcourt.
  • Okpe, T. (2001), Art Workshops as Non-Formal Forms of Art Education: “Aesthetics of  Reduced Form” Example, Ahmadu Bello University Journal of Educational Review, Vol. 6., No.1, Faculty of Education, A.B.U., Zaria.
  • Okpe, T. (2001), Reminiscence of Artbridge: The International Artists Symposium, M’bour -Senegal, Nigeria Educational Forum, A Journal of the Institute of Education, Vol.17  No. 1,  Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
  • Okpe, T. (2002), Women’s Art Restitution: From the Margins Going to Center-Stage, NAWACS Journal of Research & Human Development, Vol.1, No.1, National Association of Women Academics, ABU Chapter.
  • Okpe, T. (2002), Sculpture and Architecture: Rethinking A Future Environment For Nigeria, Journal of Environmental Technology, Vol.1, No1. School of Environmental Technology, Fed. University of Technology, Akure.
  • Okpe, T. (2002), Installation/Sculpture as a Form of Identity:An Aesthetic Element of  Performance Context in Nigeria Nigerian Theatre Journal,Vol.7.No.1, Society of Nigerian Theatre Artists.
  • Okpe, T. (2002), Water as Installation Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art, No16/17  Africana  Africana Studies & Research Center, Cornell University, N/York.
  • Okpe, T. (2002), "Monkey Dey Work…Artists Dues are Due": Galleries and Nigerian Art, Humanities Review Journal, Vol 2, No. 2, Department of Dramatic Arts, Obafemi  Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
  • Okpe, T. (2003) The seemingly Sculptural (Un) Intention of a Potter: The Paradox of  Abbas  Ahuwan's  Forms, Ashakwu, Journal of Ceramics, Vol.1, No.1, Journal of the Ceramics Association of  Nigeria.
  • Okpe, T. (2004), Urban Art and Aesthetics: The Sculptor and the City, KIABARA, Journal of Humanities,Vol.10, No.1, Faculty of Humanities, University of Port Harcourt, P/Harcourt.
  • Okpe, T. (2004), Common Clay in a Synthesis of Form(s): The Sculptor and the Potter, Ashakwu, Journal of Ceramics, Vol.1, No.1, Journal of the Ceramics Association of Nigeria.
  • Okpe, T. (2004), Sculpture and Colour: An interrogation of Finishing, Journal of  Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Environmental Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, University of Uyo.
  • Okpe, T. (2004), 'Site-Specific Sculpture/Nature Art Platform in Nigeria: Confessions of a Fragrance' Nsukka Journal of the Humanities, No.14, Faculty of Arts, University of  Nigeria, Nsukka.
  • Okpe, T. (2006) Interrogating the Human Figure in the Ceramic- Sculpture Divide: Practice in Nigeria, Interpreting Ceramics, eJournal of the School of Art and Design, University of  Wales Institute Cardiff, UK.
  •  Okpe, T. (2007), Between Formal and Informal Training: A Scrutiny of the Development of Art in  Nigeria, in Best Of Ife 2007, Return From Recess:Lecture Brouchure/Exhibition  Catalogue, Ara Studio for Obafemi Awolowo University Fine Arts graduates. ·
  •  Okpe, T. (2007), Variation of Form(s) in Sculpture:Gani Odutokun’s Semming Anonymity, in Gani Odutukun:1946-1995: A Legend of Nigerian Art, National Gallery of Art, Abuja, pp.120-125. ·
  • Okpe, T. (2008), We[Men]* and the Female Figure: Joe Musa’s De Jure, in JoeMusa recent Works, The Joe Musa Gallery, Nigeria
  • Okpe, T. et al (2009), One. Two, Go, in 2nd ARESUVA Exhibition catalogue, National Gallery of Art, Nigeria.
  • Okpe, T,  Ikpakronyi, O.S. (2010), Introduction, in Trends:Six Artists Single Platform, an exhibition of works of six Nigerian Artists as off during 10th Dakar Biennial of African Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Art, Nigeria.