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Nneka Arimah wins the 2019 Caine Prize for African Writing

Lesley Nneka Arimah has won the 2019 Caine Prize for African Writing for her short story ‘Skinned’.

Moses Maaji’s Soyayya Da Kuma Yaki is a visual story about domestic violence

Moses Maaji’s Soyayya Da Kuma Yaki is a visual story about domestic violence

Yetunde Ayeni-Babaeko’s “White Ebony” Is Celebrating The Beauty In Albinism

Yetunde Ayeni’s ‘White Ebony’ features about twenty-four subjects in a photography session focused on people with albinism. In a photo …

Photographer Nengi Nelson Captures Lagos Style And Nightlife

Nengi Nelson Captures Lagos Night Life.

Yagazie Emezi launches ‘Here’ photography series in partnership with Stand to End Rape

Stand to End Rape (STER) Initiative will host the second edition of its HERE Campaign from Tuesday, June 25th to …

Toyin Ojih Odutola Joins List of Highest Selling Nigerian Artists

After relocating from Nigeria to America at five, Ojih Odutola connected with her the complexity of her complexion and began questioning her identity. During her transition, she used art as a coping mechanism, and over time it has transformed into an “investigative, learning activity” for her.

Yinka Ilori’s Somerset House exhibition celebrates 50 years of black creativity

Yinka Ilori’s Somerset House exhibition celebrates 50 years of black creativity

David Uzochukwu’s Work Captures A Spark To Nigerian Creative Space In ‘Pluton’

David Uzochukwu’s Work Captures A Spark To Nigerian Creative Space In ‘Pluton’

‘Land Of Ibeji’ Explores The Mythology Surrounding Twin Birth In Nigeria

‘Land Of Ibeji’ Explores The Mythology Surrounding Twin Birth In Nigeria

Meet the Creators – Adetutu Olbusay on Owning Her Craft

Every now and again we ask young creatives redefining culture about their take on various issues because we believe our …

Nigerian Photographer, Ruth Ossai Pilots Rihanna’s Upcoming ‘Fenty’ Campaign

In the early weeks of May, singer and entrepreneur, Rihanna piloted a history that will forever be remembered as long as women …

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Kehinde Wiley Celebrates the Transgender Women of Tahiti

Kehinde Wiley who is best known for his Obama art portraits confronts Paul Gauguin in his Tahiti series

Akwaeke Emezi’s Debut Novel, ‘Freshwater’ Is Coming To FX

Since the release of her debut novel in 2018, Akwaeke Emezi has moved to the class of celebrated Authors in the country. …

Nigerian Brand ‘Afrominima’ Is Inspired By Japanese And Scandinavian Aesthetics

“The designs which are heavily inspired by culture and cultural practices, Adeyemi sees Afrominima as more than a brand and though most wouldn’t immediately associate the concept of minimalism with Africa, Adeyemi cites Nigerian languages as just one example of its prevalence.”

Meet Hanson Okere, the visual artist that creates art with fire

Hanson Chidozie Okere is a Nigerian Artist from Rivers state, born in 1993. He is a graduate of the university …

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