Beauty in chaos: Seun O puts Ladipo market in the spotlight
Marked by damaged, rugged roads, puddles of black oil, unkind gridlocks, remnants of used vehicles of different shapes and deep, smelly open gutters, Ladipo Auto Spare Part Market can hardly be thought of as a muse for an artistic expression.
Futuristic space for artists of connectivity
Whatever Badejo Abiodun, Adeleke Akeem, Owolabi Ayodele And Babatunde Bolaji hoped to achieve with Connectivity Of Vision may not exactly get the right attention now.
Biomimetics... Music legend, Uwaifo ‘solves’ sculpture challenges
When Prof. (Sir) Victor Uwaifo, a music star of legendary status with profound career in the academia, stepped out into the visual arts space, for a solo exhibition, the creative enterprise.....
Poetry of Tony Afejuku and Niger Delta Crusade - Part 1
Niger Delta poetry is one of the genres in the corpus of Niger Delta literature which is currently expanding in content, quality and quantity.
How ‘New cubism’ of Onwuka exhaled in Exodus
As regards the theme, Onwuka shares his experience of how “young women are forced into sex slavery abroad,” even in the so-called advanced democracy of western countries.
Confronting state of the nation with who will blink first?
Capturing a state of the nation’s battle for survival, art, in its full strength was deplored in Lagos, with photography/film, poetry, performance, installation and mixed media painting.
Controversial British photographer David Hamilton dies
Controversial British fashion photographer David Hamilton, 83, was found dead in his Parisian home Friday, emergency services sources said, just weeks after being accused of rape by several former child models.
Designer Rashid wants to fix the world, for his mum
"We throw function out of the door. I don't know why. Every hotel I go to, it's a disaster: the location of the bathroom, the lights," he tells AFP at Rome's University of Fine Arts (RUFA)