Get your groove on in November with the Lagos Miniature Art Fair | The Guardian Nigeria News

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October 26, 2021 | 5:30

The Ogirikan and Iwalewa galleries are back with the third edition of the Miniature Art Fair Lagos after a short break. This fair aims to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Nigeria will be held at 19 Idowu Martins Mega Plaza carpark VI, from November 26, 2021 to December 5, 2021. There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic …

The Ogirikan and Iwalewa galleries are back with the third edition of the Miniature Art Fair Lagos after a short break.

This fair aims to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Nigeria will be held at 19 Idowu Martins Mega Plaza carpark VI, from November 26, 2021 to December 5, 2021

There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on Lagos’ art scene, creating new possibilities over the past two years.

The recent transition to virtual space caused by the pandemic has resulted in increased participation in artistic events.

With this in mind, the third edition of the Miniature Art Fair Lagos ensures a more diverse inclusion of participating artists and their audiences.

Bringing together established and upcoming artists, the ten-day affair promises excess choices for the ardent art collector with affordable and easy-to-acquire miniature pieces.

The fair promises to bring new commitments and connections to life.

Speaking about the art fair, Professor Peju Layiwola, Chair of the Arts Council of the Association for African Studies, said:

“I am excited by the continued synergy of the two galleries – the sustainability of this initiative lies in their spirit of innovation. This third presentation at the fair will bring new commitments and connections, and our prayer is that it will be more rewarding economically than the previous episodes. “

“I encourage you all to acquire one or two pieces to beautify your space and your life” –

You can be part of it by November 26, 2021.

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