Iwaya Community Art Biennial ICAB 2021 themed “No Victor, No Vanquished: The World At The Crossroads” is currently being held … More
At some point last year, travelling seemed a distant dream. Although the “New Normal” is not yet the “Old Normal”, … More
Lagos Film Society in collaboration with Modern Art Film Archive as part of Lagos Photo Festival and Festival of Forgotten … More
“The African must be able to tell his/her story, mainly from the African eye using Photography and history not just for those here and around today but with the ultimate aim of reaching out to generations unborn. A people with the knowledge of their own HISTORY are proud people. Africa is contributing its part in the information highway and with the internet at our disposal, there’s never a better time to do so.”
This collection of photos by Bolaji Alonge, aka Eyes of a Lagos Boy, is a splash of intense colour and … More
Felabration 2020 has come to a close and the legend of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti lives on through his followers and his … More
Beauty for a Better World 2020 launches an open-call for creatives to share their representation of pure beauty. Organized by … 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.
Extremely shy of humans due to a long history of persecution, Cross River gorillas live in the most rugged and inaccessible parts of the mountain range.
Orlando Julius is a legendary Nigerian musician, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He has graced the Nigerian music scene for six decades and is still going strong.
The photos, all taken by Bolaji Alonge over the years, show the star in his element as a father, friend, musician and a leader on stage, backstage, at home, at the Afrika Shrine and on tour.
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.