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....
Shonibare Heralds World War 1 Centenary, joins RCA secret
Works by Yinka Shonibare (MBE) are currently being displayed as part of a project known as 14-18 NOW of World War 1 Centenary Art commissions.
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.
Nation-building with Osinowo’s seeds of peace
Spreading his analogous message of seeds, artist, Ridwan Osinowo just concluded another art exhibition aimed at re-orientating people towards generating a better society.
Remembering Olaudah Equiano
March was the memorial month of Africa’s pioneer writer and human rights activist – Olaudah Equiano, 1745 – 1797.
Art of Charity from the Genesis Artists
Art took non-commercial venture on the lawn of a private residence in Ikoyi, Lagos Island, few days ago courtesy of Ovie Brume Foundation.
Unfinished business…loud at National Museum
How the girl child can still enjoy the protection of all and sundry is the thematic engagement of an exhibition due to flag off in Onikan at the National Museum on March 22, 2016.
After 10th Art Dubai, sustainability challenge lies ahead
In its 10th year, Art Dubai, which held the 2016 edition a few days ago at Madinat Jumeirah, United Arab Emirates, took a retrospection of what has been described...