Discussing the Eyes of a Lagos Boy project and the evolution of his career as an actor, photographer and journalist, Mazino takes the viewer on a visual whirlwind.
Drone shots of Lagos Island have been added to the ones put together three years ago when I got the opportunity to go up an abandoned 25 storey building (Independence House) across from King’s College, Onikan.
My upcoming exhibition is a collaboration with Olusola Otori, bringing together photography, video documentary and painting.“Beautiful Disaster”
Her focus on folklore and tradition sets her music apart, celebrating the rich cultural heritage of Eastern Nigeria. Ifé, meaning … More
Highlife music was the foremost sound from West Africa, mainly Ghana and Nigeria, in the 1950s, reaching a remarkable height in the ’60s.
Bolaji Alonge, aka Eyes of a Lagos Boy, presents two major exhibitions in October 2019, as part of Felabration 2019 and the Lagos Biennial.
Bolaji Alonge’s “Black & White Exclusive Selection for Quintessence” opened on Sunday 23rd June and will be running until Sunday … More
“I believe that if black-and-white photography is done correctly, it can convey much more emotion and a deeper meaning than … More
‘Ilupeju Ekiti is the only Yoruba town where two communities decided on an amalgamation without tribal strife or animosities” according … More