The Lagos National Arts Theater is an icon for everyone of my generation and a recognizable sight for those commuting … More
For Africa’s leading renowned art collector Omooba Yemisi Shyllon, it is not all gloom and doom in the visual arts … More
Beauty for a Better World 2020 launches an open-call for creatives to share their representation of pure beauty. Organized by … More
The Pan-African Creative Exchange (PACE) is holding its 2020 biennial from 25 to 29 August. PACE is an initiative of … More
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 project, on its third installment, themed ‘Timeless Memories’ is an art series created and curated by Oludamola Adebowale to celebrate the legacy of Africa’s first Nobel Laureate (literature) and human rights activist
Bolaji Alonge, aka Eyes of a Lagos Boy, presents two major exhibitions in October 2019, as part of Felabration 2019 and the Lagos Biennial.
FELABRATION 2019 | 14-20 OCTOBER | FREEDOM PARK OUTDOOR PHOTO EXHIBITION by BOLAJI ALONGE Eyes of a Lagos Boy, photographer Bolaji … More
“I believe that if black-and-white photography is done correctly, it can convey much more emotion and a deeper meaning than … More
On Saturday 20th April we had the immense pleasure and privilege to attend the opening of “Beauty and the Machine”, … More
Bolaji Alonge, aka “Eyes of a Lagos Boy” is an artist, photographer, actor and journalist from Lagos, Nigeria. He organized his first showcase in the United States at Baza Studio in New York on 12th February.
Bolaji Alonge, ake Eyes of a Lagos Boy, presented his second solo photo exhibition “Urban Culture – Historical Continuity” at … More