‘Art speaks love, peace, unity in diverse tongues’
According to Femi Williams, arts speak a universal language, a rhythm of peace, love and harmony. For him every artwork is a paradox of maze and every chance to understand its riddles exhilarates freedom.
Mangbetu...struggle against modernisation
In what London, U.K-based October Gallery describes as Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga’s current series themed; Mangbetu, the Congolese artist explores struggle of the Mangbetu people, an ethnic group of warrior ...
Brushing motion with Energy of Oyedemi
An artist’s brush strokes that are always on motion, like animated images from 24 seconds per frame analogue film velocity, exists in John Oyedemi’s canvas.
How Asidere expands protest art with Mental Space
In highlighting art’s potency as a pivotal importance of human development, Duke Asidere excavates basics of painting and drawing, perhaps, more extensively, than he has not done in a single exhibition.
Coming To China...Over two thousand years heritage berthed in Lagos
What has been described as the inter-cultural dialogue between nations was experienced in Lagos, few days ago when a world heritage site in China was re-enacted via art exhibition in Lagos.
Transitions with Jegede’s palette of probity
Art historian, Prof Dele Jegede, who was a celebrated cartoonist at Daily Times, attempts a probity of how his work has affected cross sections of people whose lives have been intruded, by his palette...
A journey through discerning minds of Onuorah
For over 15 years, Chike Onuorah seemed to have predicted the current state of Nigeria’s socio-economic challenges - on canvas - when he engaged some salient themes and preserved ...
Ori Meta...three artists share Salzburg experiences
An exhibition titled Ori Meta Odun Meta Ibikan, featuring the works-in-progress by Nigerian artists Kelani Abass, Taiye Idabor and Abraham Oghobase took place recently at the Centre ...