Orimoloye’s Iwe challenges value of formal education
Improper management of resources across public and private sectors, which leads to general poor leadership give visiting U.K-based artist, Gbenga Orimoloye reason to question ...
For 16th arthouse auction, premium pieces reign
The 16th edition of Arthouse Contemporary auction, coming in less than three months after introducing Affordable sales, is set to prove the resilience of Lagos art market, even in a troubled economic.....
Malick Sidibe... Fact, distortion about ‘father of African photography’
For inadequate documentation of African photography, the death of legendary Malian photographer Malick Sidibe, raises the challenge of who belongs where among the continent’s departed...
Bashorun, Idu share moment of evolving currents
When designer-sculptor, Raqib Bashorun’s passion for functional art finds a common space with painter, Chika Idu’s painting that draws attention to endangered Lagos coastline.
For Lagos Art Auction, artists from Ghana, Togo, others converge
With the 2016 edition of Terra Kulture Mydrim Gallery, (TKMG) otherwise known as Lagos Art Auction, TKMG Lagos will be asserting its status of a regional art hub as works of artists...
For womenfolk, empowerment from Nike Gallery, Adara Foundation
In their bid to empower women economically, Nike Art Gallery and Adara Foundation, a non-governmental organisation, which empowers women and children in art, culture and education jointly sponsored...
Again, contemporary African Art Fair goes to New York
An expanding space for artists, writers and connoisseurs known as 1:54 Contemporary African Art sharpens its focus in the 2016 edition as it continues in New York, U.S.
Collective Palettes for shifting horizon
In confronting challenges of under development across strata of human endavours, two Port Harcourt-based artists, Godwin Arikpo and Promise O’nali, appear to have found a “solution.”