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16 Mar
There are days when you look around your home, particularly the walls, and can't help but feel like something is missing. Though it's hard to identify, deep down you know that without that item, everywhere feels and looks empty. That item is what we call an "artwork." Due to the numerous benefits they offer, artworks…
2 Aug 2021
For hundreds of years, people have been fascinated by arts, the messages and the stories they tell. But not many are privy to the inspiration or hidden meanings behind some of these artworks. Below are some famous paintings and the hidden meanings or inspiration behind them: The Creation of Adam The Creation of Adam is…
6 Jun 2021
Art is a means to express the imagination; things, places, ideas that are unreal or unknowable, in non-grammatical ways that are not tied to the formality of spoken or written language. Art is subjective. A painting that appears beautiful to one person may be ugly to another. An artwork that inspires awe in one may…
28 Mar 2021
Documenting the rich heritage and culture of Africa was the theme of the Asake Book launch which held at the Thought Pyramid Art Centre, Lagos on Friday, 26th of March, 2020. The book, "Àsàké: Chronicles of Treasure", is a collection of art works by Dr Akintoye Akindele, DBA, CFA, Chairman, Platform Capital Group. Dr Akindele…

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