Bolaji Alonge, ake Eyes of a Lagos Boy, presented his second solo photo exhibition “Urban Culture – Historical Continuity” at One Draw Gallery from 11 to 25 November 2018, curated by Segun Adejumo. https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/11/bolaji-alonges-photographic-exhibition-takes-us-through-urban-culture-and-historical-continuity/ During the two weeks of the exhibition, several well attended events were held at the gallery, the official opening on 11th November, an opportunity to meet with the artist on Sunday … Continue reading Urban Culture – Historical Continuity, about Nigeria today, fearlessly looking towards the future.
Eyes of A Lagos Boy Photo Exhibition, (Phase 1) came to an end on the 27th of May 2017. Bringing a full week of stakeholders and admirers of Arts /Photography coming together exchanging views, interacting and chatting the way forward to encourage young Africans to pick up camera, travel and make Photography a career, way beyond just a hobby. The Photo Exhibition, according to … Continue reading Eyes of A Lagos Boy (The Birth Of A Brand)
With a portfolio of over fifty thousand photos, the Bolaji Alonge seeks to share the beautiful moments he’s captured with Nigerians at an exhibition tagged ‘Eyes of a Lagos Boy’. Please Join US. The photo exhibition will showcase 25 framed photos from Western Europe, the Middle East, India, Russia and many other countries. The photo exhibition, he says, “intends to invoke the spirit of … Continue reading Eyes of A Lagos Boy (Photo Exhibition) You Are Invited.
The photo exhibition, he says, “intends to invoke the spirit of the adventurer and wanderlust in Nigerians and humanity as a whole”. Continue reading ‘Eyes of a Lagos Boy’: Alonge to hold photo exhibition at Freedom Park