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.”
Coming Home With Ekpuk’s Simplified-art
Drawing, painting and sculpture by U.S-based artist, Victor Ekpuk, radiate an aura of simplicity on walls and floor as guests trickle into the expansive space at Renault Showroom, Victoria Island, Lagos on a wet Saturday evening.
Tourism: Edo losing revenue due to lack of infrastructure
Edo Government said it lost millions of dollars in revenue in the tourism sector because of previous governments’ neglect of infrastructure in Benin.
Time to meet the world with Mpah-Dooh
Influenced by native Doualan culture and French modernity, visiting Cameroonian artist, Joel Mpah-Dooh shared his style and technique with Lagos community of art enthusiasts in an exhibition organised as as part of Francophonie week 2016.
In London, Nigerian contents get Stronger with camp’s primavera
U.K-based sculptor, Sokari Douglas Camp, who is one of the most prominent Diaspora artists on the Lagos art space, returns to the London art exhibition circuit....
In Lagos, unfinished business of outsider’s signature
Chinze Ojobo’s signature and her kind of work, which faintly leans towards craft are obviously unfamiliar on the Lagos art scene, But her entry into the...
Return of Ekpuk, a decade after
After a four-month residency with Arthouse Foundation, in Lagos, last year, U.S-based artist, Victor Ekpuk goes for a solo art exhibition.