Art-titude... Female artists open a three-week exhibition on Friday
Female Artists Association of Nigeria (FAAN), Southwest zone, in collaboration with Yaba College of Technology, is set to hold its maiden exhibition at Yusuf Grillo gallery, Yaba Tech, Lagos.
Afghan migrant 'Little Picasso' exhibits in Belgrade
Farhad Noory has lived in a refugee camp in the city with his parents and two younger brothers for eight months, during which time his paintings of famous people have made him a local media star.
For masters, young artists, vivid gallery to boost art appreciation
The unfolding new face of Nigerian art expressed itself a week ago, when another young professional opened his gallery.
Cultural value recovery in Omoighe’s Modern Interpretation
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.
Fashion house Lanvin names Lapidus artistic director
"I welcome the arrival of Olivier Lapidus to the artistic direction of Lanvin," the company's formidable owner, Taiwanese media magnate Shaw-Lan Wang, announced in a statement on Tuesday.
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.
In Lagos, six artists converge for Wanderlust
The exhibition features 36 paintings, drawings, photographs and mixed media works by these internationally celebrated artists who explore the concept of ‘wandern’, a term of Germanic origin, drawing on our collective desire to travel and explore.