Nigeria-born Williams Chechet is the supremely talented graphics designer, illustrator and muralist responsible for globally acclaimed contemporary art pieces.
Modern, contemporary African artists converge for 18th Arthouse auction
Among such artists considered as modern masters are Ben Enwonwu, Erhabor Emokpae, Ben Osawe, Bruce Onobrakpeya, Abayomi Barber, David Dale, Twins Seven Seven, and Akinola Lasekan.
Moral burden of artist and oracle of wisdom in Nigeria’s democracy - Part 2
Writers in Nigeria for instance, are more often motivated by ethnic justifications and their epistemology of social and political issues sometimes are from ethnic lens than from universal truths.
Palestinian fashion designer breathes new life into tradition
Taking inspiration from traditional Palestinian patterns, Tahhan designs patterns digitally and then has them printed on satins and silks before piecing together her garments.
Strokes, empathy of Ukenedo for silent voices
Standing for something comes with boldness of expression, even with palette knife or brush strokes of an artist. For Chamberlin Ukenedo, the canvas is a natural tool in representing the voiceless of his immediate environment.
Saving mother earth with Abebe's brushing of ‘Quo Vadis?’
Among the works viewed via soft copies - received from Hjellegjerde Gallery - are those that continue Abebe’s collage portraiture of using back view of his subject to create suspense and dialogue.
Forms in soulful dialogue
Through the ages, group exhibitions are a common phenomenon that artists of like minds explored to showcase their creative cum artistic expressions and productions.
The Ajiboyes on a tale of father and sons
According to Segun, “As a matter of fact, as an artist, you have a rare gift from God. It is said that God molded clay and breathed into it and it became life and that is exactly what an artist does.
For 'Let’s Talk about It', Gakunga fusses native contents, contemporary process
With such profound melting point for art and science, Gakunga assembles a new body of sculpture titled Tushauriane – Let’s Talk About It, which shows from May 18 – July 29, 2017, at October Gallery, London, U.K.