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I got there at 4 pm, and the place was so serene and inviting. From the gate, you already get the artsy vibe. When I got in, I was awe-struck. It's not every day you see so many Nigerian paintings and sculptures in one place....More
Jeff Ajueshi, the artistic director gave us a personal tour of a wonder collection of paintings and sculptures. I had read that Nigerian artists were becoming appreciated in the world as never before and I see why. With keen eyes and beautiful pallets of color,...More
We went for a Cultural event at the thought pyramid, it was great. It's specious and in a very decent environment. After our event upstairs , we came down and had food and drinks outside. It was all fun. We really had a good time.
This is a wellbuilt art centre, from the gates to the interior and lighting. The sculptures outside are quite lovely to look at as well. I love the serenity i feel when i visit and love to take friends there
There is a main Art...More
Beautiful collection of everyday Nigeria scenes, plus abstract and expressionist works for ye high art snobs. It's a gallery not a museum so it's geared towards buyers than gawkers like me though I was not made to feel uncomfortable. The pieces are not overpriced seems...More
Great collection of paintings from various Nigerian artists as well as a few sculptures and woodwork. There was also a special exhibit against Child Marriages during our visit. The front of the building itself is a work of art. A restaurant (Spice Platter) is also...More