At some point last year, travelling seemed a distant dream. Although the “New Normal” is not yet the “Old Normal”, … More
Nike Art Gallery and the Nigerian-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (NGC) present MADE IN NIGERIA ART COMPETITION AND … More
At the occasion of International Women’s Day, we reflect on the impact of Covid 19 on gender equality. One year … More
A visual art group exhibition, themed A New Kind of Alchemy is being held from 21 to 27 February at … More
“TEMPLE MUSE celebrates the beginning of spring with a new garden installation for the season – a fresh start after … More
Bolaji Alonge is the Rapporteur of the Pan-African Creative Exchange – PACE Entangled 2020 – held from 25 to … More
Beauty for a Better World 2020 launches an open-call for creatives to share their representation of pure beauty. Organized by … More
Eyes of a Lagos Girl is already spreading its wings in Nigeria, UK, US, Belgium, Germany and Cyprus. We are also proud to announce that Eyes of a Lagos Boy and Girl items are now available at five prime locations in Lagos: Quintessence, Bogobiri House, Jazzhole, Nike Art Gallery and POP Beach club, in addition to our very own web-shop and jiji.ng.
Lagos-based curator, Kennii Ekundayo will be joining 119 other international partners to participate in this year’s 41st edition. “Pandemic-Pandemonium!” is centred on the collective response of Africans living in Africa to some of the prevalent issues that threaten humankind — racial discrimination, violence against women and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 1950s saw the desecration of the Osun-Osogbo Grove and prohibited actions like fishing, hunting and felling of trees in the grove took place until the abuse was stopped by Osogbo people with the participation of Susanne Wenger.
Our tote bags are lined, one side in colorful Ankara fabric, the other side black, and have zippers to keep your valuables safe. In line with our current reality each bag comes with an assorted double-layered face mask.
International Workers’ Day started out as the commemoration of the 1886 Haymarket Massacre in Chicago, when the police fired on workers during a general strike to obtain the eight-hour workday.