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 ...
Defining visitors through lines, Shades of Uzor
As conflict between societal demands is contentious against individuals’ right to independent expression, there seems to be systemic submerge, which makes people feel like aliens within their cultural space ...
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.
How Ogakwu, Onobrakpeya stretched beyond limitations
One year after Chinedu Ogakwu made his debut entry onto the Lagos art landscape, the Port Harcourt-based artist has found collaboration with a colleague, John Urherigho Onobrakpeya.
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...
Iké Udé’s the School of Nollywood set for unveiling at Arles Photo Festival
The School of Nollywood, a grand group portrait of 64 Nollywood personalities by critically acclaimed America-based Nigeria artist and style maven, Iké Udé, will be unveiled ...
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 ...
Expanding art appreciation with Sterling One
Few days after the exhibition opened with paintings by Tolu Aliki, Olumide Onadipe and Ufuoma Evuarherhe, the rays of new dawn continued beaming on the top floor of the lounge.