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25 Jul
In 2011, he received the Leadership Award of the Arts Council of the African Studies Association in recognition of his excellence, innovative contributions, and vision in the fields of African
16 Apr
Osoranna Mojekwu, forging his own in the art community by his alias; Osora Moje, is a Nigerian-American Studio Artist, who has dedicated his art to tell visually compelling stories that aim to reintroduce the Nigerian society to the beauty of who they were prior to the infusion of Western culture. He spent his formative years…
19 Aug 2018
Despite exposing huge potentials of African arts, Nigeria’s secondary market still has quite some loose ends to tighten. After Mrs Kavita Chellaram-New Arthouse Contemporary made history as West Africa’s premier auction house, in 2008, the secondary art market space opened up. TKMG, a joint auction house by Terra Kulture and Mydrim Gallery (led by Mrs…

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