The Children Art Gallery (TCAG) located at 1004 Estate in Victoria Island, Lagos is in forefront of promoting children art. The founders, Phoebe Giffey-Brohaugh and Segun, disclosed that the gallery would focus on the discovering...
Tributes have continued to pour in for the late theatre scholar, Prof Michael Etherton, who died on May 13, in Ireland. Tributes from his former students and colleagues have been overwhelming.
Top marketing communications industry stakeholders last week converged at the 7th edition of DStv Media Sales (DMS) and Media Independent Practitioners’ Association of Nigeria (MIPAN) workshop to chart a way forward for the industry. With theme: “The Role Of Video Content In Building Brand Loyalty,” the workshop provided media practitioners the platform to deliberate on…
While a shadow occupies all of the three-dimensional volume behind an object with light in front of it, Johnson Ocheja is currently occupying the four corners of Alliance Francaise, Mike Adenuga Centre, Ikoyi, Lagos gallery as he journeys through the shades of Yellow in his first solo exhibition.
The National Gallery of Arts (NGA) will on Tuesday, April 18, in Abuja, honour artists, who have contributed immensely to the growth and development of visual arts subsector in particular and the arts sector in general.
In continuation of its support for Nigerian art and artists, Soto Gallery, from April 13 to 30, 2023 is presenting, Charred Visions: Textures & Tensions, an exhibition of works by Uche Uzorka, Chukwumereogo Okeke and Uchay Joel Chima.
Janna WatsonJanna Watson is a painter who has developed a unique style and approach to her work through her constant exploration of her materials. She believes that her work itself has been the greatest influence on her art. The more she paints, the more she understands what her materials want to do, and this understanding…
After another year marked by extremes weather conditions, globally, from unprecedented heat waves in Europe that saw airport runways buckle to catastrophic flooding in Pakistan and Nigeria, which left a third of the country underwater and nearly 2,000 dead...
An art fair featuring works of emerging and established artists such as, Adavize Jamiu Ibrahim, Luqman Olabode Onipede, Ndifreke James, Michael Olusanya Omole, Kelly Omoefe Ovwigho and Omodesola Fagbenle recently held in Lagos.
27 Nov 2022
Fifty-Five years after innocent Asaba indigenes were callously massacred in the fratricidal Nigerian Civil War, the first major show on this tragic contour opens today at Red Door Gallery...
27 Nov 2022
The artist, Bernard Ajarb Ategwa, is currently showing his first solo in Nigeria at the Pacers Gallery. Titled, Marketscapes, the show ends November 30.
6 Nov 2022
Though it has spent less than one year in Nigeria, the Maria Varnava-founded Tiwani Contemporary, whose mission is to contribute to the arts ecosystem in Lagos through exhibitions, talks and publications, and as a regular exhibitor at ART X Lagos...
12 Oct 2022
Alexis Galleries, in partnership with The Bricon Foundation, is set to host Connecting Africa, a group show of works by Kansiime Brian Lister (Uganda), Luke Osaro (Nigeria), Moussa Issarou (Cameroun), Dominique Zinkpe (Benin), Blaise Vernyuy(Cameroun), Nathanaël Vodouhè (Benin), Samuel Tete-Katchan...