The Nigeria Art scene is gradually gathering momentum at an amazing rate, from the number of exhibitions held across the country to an increasing level of awareness given to Nigeria artist and now TKMG Auction house is hosting the very first Lagos Art Auction to be hosted by one of Nigeria leading art brands Terra Kulture and Mydrim Gallery.
Terra Kulture Mydrim Gallery (TKMG) Auction house is pleased to announce the annual Lagos art auction for the year 2016 which will take place on Friday, 29th April 2016 at Intercontinental hotel from 6pm.
The Auction is a sophisticated platform that celebrates Nigeria’s cultural heritage through creative artistry and a reference platform for pricing African Artworks.
Over the years, the auction house has sold works from artists like Ben Enwonwu, El Anatsui, Ben Osawe, Erhabor Emokpae, Lamidi Fakeye to mention a few.
This year, the auction will feature 104 artworks cutting across various media and artists from Nigeria and across West Africa (Ghana, Togo and Republic of Benin). On display, will be works from masters of Art like Bruce Onobrakpeya, Kolade Oshinowo, Ablade Glover, Dele Jegede and emerging artists like Ndidi Emefiele, Dipo Doherty and Makata Obinna.
The evening of the 29th will offer collectors and participants the opportunity to purchase exceptional works of Art and the privilege to network, socialize and share their views on art.
Thus we invite you to attend our preview & cocktail on Sunday, 24th April 2016, 4pm at Terra Kulture Art Gallery and we look forward to seeing you all.
The 2016 Lagos Art Auction will be conducted by a seasoned auctioneer Mr Yinka Akinkugbe
Follow TKMG Auction House on Twitter for more updates at @tkmgauction
For more information: Call Ronke Akinyele, Curator for the Auction at 08098014722
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