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14 Nov 2021
From the entrance of Convention Centre, Federal Palace Hotels and Suites, Lagos, venue of the sixth Art X Lagos, to the VIP section, different art works, especially paintings and installations...
14 Nov 2021
After his first outing in Mile 12 Market, Lagos, Sodade Ayoola is set for the second episode of Life Studies of Pepper Merchants, a series of outdoors painting and drawing exercise, titled, Visual Narratives of Sodade Ayoola.
7 Nov 2021
With a firm belief that the black race has all it takes to rule the world, Olayemi Fagbohungbe recently held a solo show titled, Blaque, to pass this message.
7 Nov 2021
For Mainland residents, there is something to cheer for with the opening of the Art Trade Gallery, Dopemu. Housed in the Mat & Mic Event Centre, is a must-visit cultural destination
8 Jul 2021
The Nigerian Government has demanded a full and unconditional return of 1,130 Benin Bronzes looted from the African nation in the 19th century and domiciled in German museums. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, made the demand in Berlin, Germany, on Wednesday, during separate meetings with the German Minister of State for…
30 May 2021
The artist Suraj Adekola, whose career development has gone through transition, has assembled an oeuvre of paintings to celebrate this growth.
30 May 2021
The artists, Sukanthy Egharevba and Clem Akpang, both based in Calabar, the Cross River State capital, recently thrilled their audiences in an exhibition titled, Creolisation.
23 May 2021
Orisun Art Gallery, Abuja, recently, played host to the Nobel laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka. The gathering, which was organised for the reading of his new books — Chronicles of the Happiest People on Earth...
23 May 2021
Recently, members and friends of the Society for Art Collection (SARTCOL) visited Engr. Ibikunle Dashur’s private gallery and studio located on Lakowe Lakes and Resort, Lakowe, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos for what could be likened to ‘arts immersion’.
21 Feb 2021
Women in Nigerian visual arts sector have suffered under-representation. In fact, the ratio of male to female artists in Nigeria is imbalanced in favour of men.
31 Jan 2021
Three years after Vivid Exclusive Art Gallery made its entry into Lagos creative environment, another outlet just opened within the same Lekki axis of the first space.
31 Jan 2021
Of all the Yoruba textile creations, adire, literally that-which-is tied-and-dyed, is the most decorative. The Yoruba produce ofi, sanyan, kijipa and many others, but none accommodates the descriptive and expressive fibre...

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