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Interviews

Logor On Lagos In Monochrome and Didactic Photography

  It isn’t very often that you see the city of Lagos void of it’s kaleidoscope of colours, extracted from the noise and yet steeped in poetry and rhythm. It sounds like the stuff of post apocalyptic zombie films. But photographer Logor Oluwamuyiwa or Logor as he is popularly known came to prominence through his […]

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Monochrome Exhibition

  Monochrome: Of Works and Life in Black and White, is an exhibition of various artistic expressions through different media that seeks to familiarize the viewer with works produced by three progressive, contemporary artists, Juliet Ezenwa, Nwachukwu Ike, and Logo Oluwamuyiwa Adeyemi. These works rendered in black, white, and the occasional tons of grey, propels […]

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Female Artsists Exhibition

  Launched in 2010 the Female Artists Development Project is an annual initiative to promote a more gender equal creative industry. Each year, artists are chosen to work on a project relating to a theme and provided with production stipends to complete their work. Along with the final exhibition, mentorship programs for young girls and […]

Opportunities

NAC 2015 Call For Entries

  In its eight-year span, the National Art Competition has showcased emerging talent in such diverse mediums as painting, sculpture, photography, mixed media, installation, and video art.  This year’s theme Future Histories will encourages artists to think laterally about the social, political, and cultural climate of their local communities whilst exploring their terra incognita art […]

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Strip Unstripped, Conversations on nudity in art

  It has been an amazing month with our exhibition on Nude painting and photography which was titled Strip. Strip has received great great review and it has also enjoyed a very generous viewership. We hope that this will be just the first of many more interesting art exhibitions and projects to come. This sunday […]

Reviews

Review Of Strip In the Sunday Guardian

  By Tajudeen Sowole Confinement of art appreciation within the elitist and conservative old space has been the ‘strength’ of art, despite efforts of different cultures to break the exclusivity. For example, Nigeria has not been short of several efforts at promoting art appreciation at the grassroots, which include competitive levels of value. However, in […]

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Strip; An Exhibition On Nudes

  So just over a month ago Adenrele Sonariwo of Rele gallery asked if i would be interested in co-curating an exhibition on nudes along with writer Ayodeji Rotinwa. As you can imagine, i leaped with joy saying YES!  The body is something that has always been of great importance to me. From a personal […]