What’s cooking? A convergence of photography, culinary
A fusion of the kitchen and photography suggests that cooking is also an art as two photographers focus their lenses on the culinary skills of three professionals, culminating...
Nnubia’s golden touch on colourists ‘80s in retrospect
Five decades old, 28 years post-training career, Gerry Nnubia, who is one of the artists known as ‘Colourists’ in the 1980s undertakes self-appraisal and discovers that he has outlined the current state...
Soyinka as ‘Guinea Pig’ for Captain Blud Comic
A new comic publication, The Adventures Of Captain Blud, which depicts Nobel Laureate, Prof Wole Soyinka as lead character or ‘hero’ brings freshness into celebration of values.
The 7th Element puts urban arts in the spotlight
“The 7th Element is a platform to showcase graffiti and non-traditional artists across Nigeria,” said Adaora Mbelu, Head of Innovation at A2Creative.
Davies-Okundaye, TY Bello, others stand out for feminism
Nike Davies-Okundaye, TY Bello, Nnenna Okore, Wura Natasha Ogunji, Tyna Adebowale, Ranti Bamgbala, Carey Godwin, Taiye Idahor, Zemaye Okediji, Obiageli Okigbo and Karin Troy ...
Shifting space in African design with AAND
Courtesy of new generation of indigenous architects comes a shift from the intimidating textures of foreign designs such as the Gothic, Victorian and Portuguese, that have infested..
How Enwonwu, Grillo got new art auction records in Lagos
Again, art has proven its resilience in a challenging economic environment such as Nigeria’s current situation as two Nigerian masters, Ben Enwonwu (1921-1994) and Yusuf Grillo, born 1934...
France returns artifact illegally exported from Nigeria
France has officially presented to Nigeria the Nok Terracotta that was repatriated after it was intercepted in France while in transit from Togo to the United States in 2008.