Wait for it, just four days ago, a piece of art by a Nigerian artist was sold for a whopping N54.05 million. Yes, good things can come with a work of art, and this is how far the Nigerian art market has grown.
Modernising Ijaw language
Ijaw and Izon are interchangeably used linguistically to refer to the language spoken by Ijaw people spread along the Western and Southern seaboards of Africa covering the following countries...
Seyi Law joins Glo Laffta Fest crew in Yenagoa
Hilarious joke merchant, Seyi Law, last Sunday in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, joined the train of Glo Laffta Fest, the most entertaining comedy show sponsored by Globacom, for the first time since the show kicked off weeks ago.
Journey To Egypt teaches patience, determination
In present day Nigeria where many young people believe that travelling outside the country is their ticket to a successful life even without a clear vision of what awaits them, produce of Journey to Egypt and Assistant General Overseer...
Lagos takes Nollywood, 50th year party to Cannes film fest
Lagos State Government has again come to the rescue of Nollywood. The state government, through its Ministry of Information and Strategy, mounted a pavilion at the Riveria area of the ongoing 70th edition of Cannes International Film Festival..
Home coming for Bovi, Gordons, De Don as Warri hosts Glo laffta fest
The crowd reserved a very special “Warri warm reception” for its own people including Richard Mofe Damijo (RMD), Bovi, Gordons and De Don. They were initially miserly with the reception they accorded Arinze Baba, Asaba boy Frank da Don and Dan D’Humorous....
Foreign, local participants rate African drums festival high
It was a week the African drums rumbled and throbbed amid the rocky plains of Abeokuta, as the world celebrated African Drums Festival in its second year running.
“Eyo Festival’s’’ early morning showers: Signs of peace, acceptance by gods of Lagos City
Lagosians in their thousands on Saturday defied the early morning downpour but trooped out to welcome their own “Adamu Orisa’ popularly called Eyo festival.
All that glitters: Japan 'nailists' turn manicures into art
Japanese manicurist Britney Tokyo may not be a household name, but she counts US pop singer Ariana Grande, model Gigi Hadid and TV personality Kim Kardashian among her growing fan base.
Nigeria unveils first national pavilion at Venice art exhibition
The immersive installation at Scoletta dei Battioro e dei Tiraoro’ Campo San Stae 1980, on the Grand Canal, includes performance film, sculpture and painting, and celebrates Nigeria’s rich artistic heritage and cultural talent.