Expanding art appreciation with Sterling One
Few days after the exhibition opened with paintings by Tolu Aliki, Olumide Onadipe and Ufuoma Evuarherhe, the rays of new dawn continued beaming on the top floor of the lounge.
Afrika before our very eyes… PACA’s Dak’Art 2016
The Pan-African Circle of Artists (PACA) made its fourth appearance at the Dak’Art Binnale with the Exhibition and Roundtable under the theme “Afrika before Our Very Eyes”.
Three join Art Dubai committees
Three new members have been added to Art Dubai committees: Glenn Scott Wright (Co-Director, Victoria Miro, London) and Isabelle van den Eynde (Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai) ...
For Idonije, Music Meets Art at living legends
Octogenarian music critic, Benson Idonije who turned 80 on June 13, 2016 had a fresh experience outside his’sound and screen’ terrain when six artists mounted their easels before him at Freedom Park, Lagos Island.
Contemporary art: Bridging the gap
There is no single widely acceptable definition of contemporary Art, most people understand the concept and at best what the style represents but critics, curators and historians...
What’s cooking? A convergence of photography, culinary
A fusion of the kitchen and photography suggests that cooking is also an art as two photographers focus their lenses on the culinary skills of three professionals, culminating...
Diaspora artist-architects lift Nigeria at Venice Biennale
Europe-based artist-architect, Ola-Dele Kuku and architect, Kunle Adeyemi, have placed Nigeria on the map of global creativity at the prestigious Venice Architecture Biennale.
Soyinka as ‘Guinea Pig’ for Captain Blud Comic
A new comic publication, The Adventures Of Captain Blud, which depicts Nobel Laureate, Prof Wole Soyinka as lead character or ‘hero’ brings freshness into celebration of values.