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Gallery to gallery to gallery

Tuesday, 28 June 2016


Weekends are for hopping from one art gallery to another...to another.

Follow us as we glide through three of the most amazing art galleries in the City of Lagos, consisting of the most breath-taking pieces and the various artists who brought these vibrant pieces to life.

Be sure to check out my post on the time I stopped by at Rele Art Gallery in Lagos Island here
Take a lasting look at the City of Lagos the way I see it here




First stop: Arthouse Foundation, Ikoyi

This artwork I like to call Cubeman. Cubeman was put together by Olumide Onadipe. If I got one thing from this, it was the fact that he single-handedly cut and shaped about five thousand cubes for this knockout piece





Hallway attractions by Olumide




I had a burning urge to sit down in this





We couldn't contain our love for Cubeman anymore




My man of cube and caliber




Looks like we're forming a pattern of bumping into each other at exhibitions, ey Jord?





This mirror was the best thing after the art and of course, the food 




Splitter splatter





Living room artistry by Dipo Doherty




Where artist Dipo Doherty does his magic





Bringing art to life





Glimpse of Olumide's space





Wends likes her purses woven





Mini versions of goodness





Jordan eat world




Hey Tony





Up from here, no downward-spiral



Next stop: Red Door Art Gallery





Stopped by for the Timeless Beauty: Surrealism exhibition by Olu Spencer. We weren't allowed to take as many photos but the people here were so warm and mellow to relate with.
(Shoutout to Amara and Feyi)







Weeerrkkk





Dash of black girl fairy dust





Sleep in the park, sit at the corner





Hazy evenings at Radisson





Braids and puffs, puffs and braids





Banter in the hallway





All queues lead to Art Clip Africa







The exhibition Call/Response was centered on the chaos of the city of Lagos. Put together by one photographer, Oluwamuyiwa Logo and one abstract artist, Richard Ketley (who personally explained his interpretations of the photographed pictures into the abstract to us)







My fave: Washing lines







Warm fuzzies in black&white







Lights that guide us home

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