Saturday, 10th June 2023

Alexis Galleries

1 Jun
Alexis Galleries is set to present the solo exhibition of paintings by Samuel Tete Katchan. The show, which opens on June 3, ends June 17.
12 Feb
After another year marked by extremes weather conditions, globally, from unprecedented heat waves in Europe that saw airport runways buckle to catastrophic flooding in Pakistan and Nigeria, which left a third of the country underwater and nearly 2,000 dead...
7 Dec 2022
Waiting for Tomorrow, a solo show by Sam Ovraiti, will hold from December 10 to 24, 2022. It is the first solo outing of the artist after his retrospective exhibition at Alexis Galleries in 2019.
16 Oct 2022
Alexis Galleries, in partnership with The Bricon Foundation, yesterday, opened a new show titled, Connecting Africa. The group exhibition features the works of Kansiime Brian Lister (Uganda)
12 Oct 2022
Alexis Galleries, in partnership with The Bricon Foundation, is set to host Connecting Africa, a group show of works by Kansiime Brian Lister (Uganda), Luke Osaro (Nigeria), Moussa Issarou (Cameroun), Dominique Zinkpe (Benin), Blaise Vernyuy(Cameroun), Nathanaël Vodouhè (Benin), Samuel Tete-Katchan...
4 Sep 2022
All is set for the ninth edition of FATE, a show of work created by artists, who spent three weeks in residence at the Alexis Galleries.
10 Apr 2022
A cloudy sky that feels more like a rainy day welcomes me into the home of Ebikebina-Tantua Diseye in Port Harcourt.
13 Feb 2022
Alexis Galleries is set to present the eighth edition of FATE, an annual exhibition of works that are created by artists
9 Feb 2022
Alexis Galleries is set to host the eight edition of FATE, a yearly show of works that are created by artists, who spent three weeks in residence at the gallery.
10 Nov 2021
Alexis Galleries is set to show the works of Samuel Tete- Katchan. The solo show of paintings and woodworks opens to the public on Saturday, November 13, 2021, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
27 Oct 2021
THE future may be ambiguous, but some facts are undeniable: Climate change and changing demographics. The only guarantee in the future, so to say, is that there will be changes, both good and bad.
29 Sep 2021
Ten years ago, the curator Patty Chidiac-Mastrogiannis-led exhibition space started with a mission to lift Nigerian art. Since then, the space, Alexis Galleries, has become a favourite platform, particularly, for emerging artists.


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