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4 Nov 2021
An obstetric gynaecologist and Managing Director of Nordica Fertility Centre, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, has called for regulation of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) to check quackery
17 Oct 2021
Odion Tobi is a visual artist who tells stories with afro-centric and surrealistic designs. Some of his digital artworks were recently showcased at the Coin Geek conference in New York. In this interview with the Guardian Life, he talks about digital arts and taking his work into the NFT space. How did you first become…
10 Oct 2021
Oliver Enwonwu has made an important mark on the Lagos art scene. He has been at the helm of art advocacy, first as chairman of the Society of Nigeria Artists (SNA) Lagos chapter
24 Jul 2021
In approximately eight minutes and eighteen seconds, Joshigwe takes listeners on a trip into heavy eclecticism, the avant-garde, and ecstasy or 'XTC' as he pushes musical norms
18 Jul 2021
In the contemporary art management space of Lagos, a quiet renaissance is emerging as a new generation of gallery owners are changing the artistic and economic narratives. Nana Sonoiki, founder of new entrant The Art Pantheon, Lekki, Lagos is one of the new generation gallerists and curators lifting Africa’s art economy. With experience in contemporary…
7 Jul 2021
A small pen-and-ink drawing attributed to Leonardo da Vinci, which lay buried unrecognised in a box for decades, was at the centre of an acrimonious battle between its owner and France's culture ministry in a case that opened in a Paris court on Wednesday. The court began hearing if the drawing of a martyred Saint…
3 Jun 2021
In the art world, there are no rules, only opinions and preferences. An Italian artist Salvatore Garau recently sold an invisible sculpture for 15,000 euros ($18,300/N7,389,000). According to as.com, the sculpture's initial price was set between 6,000 and 9,000 euros; however, the price was raised after several bids were placed. The sculpture, which is titled…
30 May 2021
Students of Caleb British International School were announced second-time winners of the Global Canvas Art Competition this year. Emerging winners out of the over 2000 children that participated, the school students and teacher, Olusegun Adeniyi, speak to us about why we should pay attention to our environment and their art. Congratulations on winning the Global…
22 May 2021
Last week, I wrote about Nigerian wedding favours that fascinate me. I spent most of this week pondering on typically British reactions to us foreigners
9 May 2021
Discovering oneself takes a long time for some, while for others, it all starts at an early stage. For the 14-year-old Soffiyah Karimu, it is her love for art. She speaks with the Guardian Life team about her love for art, how it started and how she would love it to go. When did you…
28 Apr 2021
Arrangements have been concluded for the opening of the country’s latest art house, Gallery at the Landmark (GAT LDMK). The opening is set for Saturday
25 Apr 2021
Udux is set to launch a new product called PopRev in partnership with renowned online savings and investment platform, PiggyVest.

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