Ehikhamenor, Asidere engage artists in beyond the canvas
It was a gathering aimed at giving a new perspective to art and its professionalism in 21st Century. Hosted by Duke Asidere’s Play Spot Studios, the event themed...
Three Nigerian artists, 47 countries for Art Dubai 2018
Victor Ekpuk, Ade Adesina and Victor Ehikhamenor are three Nigerians among other artists from across the world showing at the 12th Art Dubai from March 21 through 24, 2018 in United Arab Emirate (UAE). This year’s edition of Art Dubai hosts 104 galleries from 47 countries across the world at its traditional venue, Madinat Jumeirah.
How About Now?: Nigeria's solo debut at the Venice Biennale
What can we learn from the past, how do we find meaning in the present, and what awaits us in the future? These three questions provide the bedrock of the first ever Nigerian exhibition at the Venice Biennale, otherwise known as “The Olympics of Art”. Since 1895 the world’s oldest cultural biennale has risen to…
Giving African art a global platform
Artyrama does not intend to replace the brick and mortar experience but rather to provide an alternative in line with the digital revolution, one that reaches everyone from the avid collector to the first time buyer and everyone in between.
Nigerian visual art set to make history at Venice Biennale
The world’s most prestigious and storied contemporary visual art exhibition, Venice Biennale, now in its 57th year, will welcome a new guest in 2017 – Nigeria.
What the world can learn from Nigeria
Last week, while visiting Accra for the first time, I was awestruck at just how amazing the city was; from its beautiful architecture, to the pristine streets...
My mother, my Christmas
Growing up, Christmas was one of the most exciting times for me and many other village children. For many, it was the only time of the year they got new clothes ...
The lie detectors that will help fight corruption in Nigeria
Recently, the Honourable Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, declared that a register had been opened to prevent recovered stolen money from being re-stolen.