On the occasion of her first public talk in Nigeria at ART X Lagos, award-winning Nigerian artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby sits down with us for an intimate conversation on the various dynamics that inform her work and practice.
The second edition of ART X Lagos saw 9,000 visitors attend our 3-day art fair in Victoria Island, Lagos. Here's a recap of some of the most memorable moments at the fair.
Sponsored by Absolut, The Beat FM and Trace Naija, ART X Live! is a one-night-only live art and musical performance with Nigeria's fast-rising talent in music and digital art.
On the occasion of her first public artist talk in Nigeria, sponsored by Chapel Hill Denham, MacArthur Fellow Njideka Akunyili Crosby talks about her practice and influences in conversation with moderator Tayo Ogunbiyi.
Drawing on music as an alternative space and archive, Lemi Ghariokwu reflects on the interplay of aesthetics and the Nigerian socio-political climate of the 1970s to 90s in his art. Moderated by curator Missla Libsekal.
On the occasion of its fortieth anniversary, historian Ed Keazor and Stacy Hardy, associate editor of Chimurenga, discuss how we remember, map and rethink our histories through the lens of FESTAC ‘77 – the 2nd World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture.
Drawing from his own practice, this discussion with artist Olu Amoda looks at his methodologies, sculptural expression and the traditions expanded upon in his works.
Moderated by art collector Femi Lijadu, this panel discussion brings into focus the nuances of bringing out the true value of an art collection through corporate social responsibility, legacy building and management of art as an asset class.