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.
How Ghanaian master, Glover led Lagos Auction 2016
Since the merger that produced TKMG - from Terra Kulture and Mydrim Gallery - five years ago, premium works sold included Enwonwu, El Anatsui, Ben Osawe, Erhabor Emokpae, Lamidi Fakeye, among others.
From diaspora, Ukpong returns with art for social change
After 10 years of sojourn in Europe, Wilfred Ukpong takes a break, returning to his native Niger Delta, where he hopes to make his art impart on the environment as a medium for social engagement.
For Udondian, time to think outside the box with installation
Stuck to her museum-style presentation of concepts, Victoria-Idongesit Udondian takes the floor and walls, among 12 other artists currently showing till May 24, 2016.
New director takes over at Art Dubai
A new director for Art Dubai, Myrna Ayad takes up the challenge of consolidating on Art Dubai’s status as a global hub, replacing Antonia Carver.
For 16th arthouse auction, premium pieces reign
The 16th edition of Arthouse Contemporary auction, coming in less than three months after introducing Affordable sales, is set to prove the resilience of Lagos art market, even in a troubled economic.....
Exporting Mood Colour Harmony of Asidere to Paris
In a three-mission adventure on canvas, the art landscape of Paris ceedes a spot to the richness of Lagos-based artist, Duke Asidere’s first major solo exhibition in France....