Treasurable Infinite Treasures
Infinite Treasures III is the third in the series of pleasurable treasures of paintings on canvases, drawings on papers, wood and metal/bronze sculptures.
Fusion of real estate, interior designs, art exhibition holds today
Luxury Villas Group, an award-winning real estate agent, will today host Fusion of Real Estate, Interior Design and Art (FREIA) at the Grand Ballroom, Civic Centre, Ozumba Mbadiwe Avenue, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Four LIMCAF winners to get Anatsui’s nod to Biennale
Sculptor laureate of Japan Art Association, Professor El Anatsui, has pledged to sponsor all the four House Prize winners from Life In My City Art Festival...
Onobrakpeya, Oshinowo, other artists return for The Content
The current exhibition, which also marks two decades of Mrs. Modupe Ogunlesi-led Adam&Eve enterprise, underscores the resilience of creative, entrepreneurial skill involved in managing such a vast business.
Of artists’ conspiracy, ghost-plagiarists
Irrespective of the context in which unauthorised ‘copying’ of art concept is defined, the mystery that shields identity of the forgers suggest that the plagiarists are some kind of spirits or ghost artists.
For 17th auction, modern, contemporary art go under the hammer
Art of modern masters and leading contemporary artists from West Africa are among those currently being viewed ahead of an auction scheduled for tomorrow, Monday, November 14, 2016 at The Wheatbaker Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos.
For Olagbaju, art collecting passion stops
Art appreciation and patronage in Africa suffered a great loss when one of the continent’s leading collectors, Mr. Sammy Olagbaju, 75, died during the last week of September 2016.
A nation’s changing times on canvas of Oshinowo
When strange events occur, artists’ accounts via visual interpretation or impression always serve as medium of resources, including anthropological and other evidences from which historians and researchers either derive content to support their findings or get leads to unravel facts.