I had a great time at the historic city of Ile-Ife and visiting again? Yes! That's something I am looking forward to.
In September of 2019 (a looooong time ago in blogging years), Chris, an intern working with Ìfẹ́ [dairyofanaijagirl] curated a remarkable post about Susanne Wenger on Instagram. Motivated by her piece, I decided to make a full-blown blogpost about my first visit to Susanne Wenger's House and the Osun-Osogbo Grove. For those who may not … Continue reading LIKE SUSANNE WENGER? THEN YOU’LL LOVE WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT HER
Hello there! Did you know that Henrimoweta is officially the sixteenth Art Gallery I've visited in South-Western Nigeria?! Crazy right. I took more time to explore art and history in the past year than ever before because art is life, a form of expression that can be linked to cultural assets plus it's much more … Continue reading TOP 5 THINGS I LOVED ABOUT HENRIMOWETA ART CENTRE
"Wetin una come do for here! You no see say the people no dey again. Oya bring money for those pictures!!" The shabbily dressed man said unapologetically. On my Twitter Feed, I made mention of a street photographer's guide for creating content within Nigeria. It's supposed to help anyone take care of encounters like the … Continue reading 13 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT GENESIS ART GALLERY
Genesis Art Gallery is situated at No 2, Bolarinwa Street, Off Iyana Camp Area, Ote Efun, Osogbo, Osun State and it's all angles of marvelous. The funny thing is I almost missed my visit to this virtuous gallery, I was sleeping when I suddenly remembered and I had to hurry to the location on a hot afternoon, that's a story for another day. The gallery is the second largest art gallery in South West, Nigeria just after Nike Arts Gallery.
This premium art gallery is situated along Elegushi Beach Road, Lekki, Lagos. The owner, Chief (Mrs) Oyenike Monica Davies-Okadaye intends to promote and preserve art, culture, heritage and language in Nigeria, hence, the existence of the centre.