Omoighe’s body of work, on displayed as Modern Interpretation at Temple Muse, Victoria Island, Lagos, brings a missing link between modernism and contemporary spaces, particularly in thematic context.
Isiuwe’s exhibition portrays MAN in his natural elements
Emmanuel Isiuwe is set for his first solo art exhibition of paintings and drawings titled ‘MAN,’ which celebrates the male-folk and the artist as a man. This will hold from Friday, July 28 through Wednesday, August 2, 2017, at Didi Musuem, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Are you my surreal dad? Dali to be exhumed in paternity case
Pilar Abel, a 61-year-old who long worked as a psychic in Catalonia, says her mother had a relationship with the artist when she worked in Port Lligat, a tiny fishing hamlet where the painter lived for years.
South Korea's first black model faces widespread racism
Han, 16, has a Nigerian father in a society where racial discrimination is widespread and people of mixed race are commonly referred to as "mongrels".
First works from Nazi-era art hoard arrive at Bern museum
A Swiss museum on Friday showed off pieces from a spectacular Nazi-era art hoard it inherited from a German recluse, in the run-up to the first exhibit of the controversial collection.
US architect creates paper 'forest' inside museum
Jeanne Gang has dedicated her life to using architecture and design to connect people of various backgrounds who otherwise would not interact.
Antia tasks youths to think outside the box
Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Akwa Ibom State, Mr. Victor Antia, has described arts and tourism as money-spinning ventures, and called on youths, with innate talents in those areas, to develop them for their own benefit and the entire country.
In Lagos, lost treasures brings hope in artefacts repatriation
Four years after Nigeria hosted select managers of museums from Europe, in Benin, Edo State, the results of the event and subsequent meetings, is currently being celebrated in Lagos.
We are the North from the lens of Chechet
The venue is not strange to art appreciation on the Lagos Island hub. But the exhibits, a body of digitally reproduced monochrome photography pieces and the artist, Williams Chechet are clearly on an unfamiliar terrain.