The latest edition of our series, Photo of the week, takes a look at the city of Lagos, Nigeria and … More
At some point last year, travelling seemed a distant dream. Although the “New Normal” is not yet the “Old Normal”, … More
So yes, I think that Saint Nicholas and the black Pete debate is racist and that we should give it up. Traditions are there to be changed and adjusted to the times in which we live.
Freedom Park Lagos, the former colonial prison turned centre for creative expression, has announced the schedule of events to mark … 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
Photos invoke sadness, love, joy, the past are we trying to run away from, good times, great people and the annoying ones, anticipation, never forgetting lots and lots of dearly departed, making Photography a potpourri of emotions for us all, an emotion in my opinion sometimes worth pursuing.
Lagos, a city of Smiles, struggle, colors, people, frenzy and that Adrenalin rush, stands for many things to different people..
Kuramo had a life of its own at night in the last decade of the 20th century, in spite of the frequent ocean surge that ate miles off Bar Beach and eventually obliterated it within a decade.
Africa Day is the annual commemoration of the foundation of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU).
If death refuses to come close to you, with all the signs of ageing, have this at the back of your mind, there is still a lot of work you have to do till death comes knocking.
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.