Lagos

Lagos is built on the mainland and a series of islands in the coastal Lagos lagoon. Its character as a natural harbour made it a major point of contact for European settlers. Capital of Nigeria until 1991, when the federal government transferred to purpose-built Abuja, Lagos remains the country's ma...

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Wanderlust at Wheatbaker Lagos

10 July-15 Sept. The Wheatbaker Hotel in Lagos presents Wanderlust, an exhibition of 40 paintings, drawings, photographs and mixed media works by six leading and emerging artists with strong roots in...
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Un-speak

An exhibition of the work of five new media artists at the Centre for Contemporary Art Lagos, in conjunction with the British Council in Lagos. The exhibition features the work of Declan Clarke (Ir...
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From Eko with Love

The second edition of this art exhibition at the Nike Art Gallery to display about 200 work by Nigerian artists. The closing night includes performance art and music.
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Onyema Offoedu-Okeke

Homeland Memories A solo exhibition of 25 new acrylic works on canvas by Nigeria’s sought-after artist Onyema Offoedu-Okeke. His last solo show was in London four years ago at arc Gallery....
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Nigeria cartoon exhibition

Nigeria’s first ever animated cartoon exhibition. The fair is designed to promote branding and advertising production in consumer markets.  
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Black Light Project

13-27 October 2012. This exhibition, entitled Black Light Project, is organized by Goethe Institut in collaboration with German embassy and Lagos Photo Festival. This project gathers together the p...
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Photographic Exhibition by Aderemi Adegbite

16-29 June 2012. This exhibition, entitled N65, displays the works by the Nigerian photographer Aderemi Adegbite. Adegbite