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African Artists Foundation

23 Jan
It is popularly believed that no one can better tell the story of a society than an artist. He/she captures the society like a prophet will do and present its future as if he were sketching.
5 Jan
In its 12th edition, the Lagos Photo Festival, which held between November 4 and December 4, 2022 explored human relationships with memory and the generative potential of photography and images to spark the visual intellect..
23 Mar 2019
This year’s edition of the African Artists Foundation (AAF) Maker Lab Exhibition held recently in Lagos was a unique experience, as world acclaimed lager, Tiger thrilled guests to Tiger uncage expressions of arts, music and fashion.
30 Sep 2018
The ninth edition of Lagos Photo Festival will hold at the Federal Printing Press Building, Lagos. The date for the public viewing is October 27.

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