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From Friday 3rd November to Sunday 5th November 2017, The Civic Centre in Victoria Island, Lagos, will host the second edition of the annual art fair, http://classic-events.pt/?p=meaning-of-annotated-bibliography ART X Lagos.
This was announced by TP-Collective.
It was gathered that some Africa’s most sought-after established and emerging artists, and leading galleries would be there including prestigious galleries such as Art House – The Space (Nigeria), SMO Contemporary (Nigeria), Stevenson Gallery (South Africa), Gallery 1957 (Ghana) and Tafeta (United Kingdom), amongst others.
It would be recalled that the debut edition of ART X Lagos last year, saw 65 artists, drawn from 10 countries in Africa, present works of art across various mediums including painting, sculpture, illustration and photography.
Special projects included live art installations, and performances that combined music with visual art. During its three-day run, over 5,000 visitors attended the art fair, spanning art lovers, enthusiasts, collectors and international observers.
Building on the success of its maiden edition, and continuing with its objective to showcase the best and most innovative contemporary art from the African continent and the diaspora, the presenting galleries have been chosen by a Selection Committee led by Advisory Board members, the renowned Senegalese curator, art critic and cultural consultant, N’Goné Fall and one of Nigeria’s most respected art collectors and leading commercial lawyers, Femi Lijadu,. The 2017 art fair will also feature curated projects, and a talks program, curated by Missla Libsekal, an independent cultural producer and the founder of Another Africa.
According to its organiser, a live art and music performance featuring Africa’s most talented rising artists, as well as interactive projects curated by A Whitespace Creative Agency will proceed the art fair.
Speaking at the announcement of Dissertation Assistance Newsletter Com the fair recently, Art Essay Help ART X Lagos founder and Director of TP-Collective, Tokini Peterside, said, the fair aimed to promote African art.
“Our debut art fair in 2016 was an exciting and exhilarating experience that validated our decision to cr
eate this vital platform for the growth and increased visibility of African artists and galleries. We are incredibly proud of our achievement, which culminated in visits by over 5,000 visitors to the Civic Centre over three days, to see the works of Africa’s most inspiring artists,” he said.
“This would have been impossible without the phenomen
al support of the galleries, sponsors and partners, who took a huge leap of faith and committed to support us fr
om ground zero, for which we are most grateful. In just four months’ time, we will be opening the doors to the ART X Lagos art fair, and we look forward once again to welcoming a vast and varied local and international audience as we seek to reinforce Lagos’ position as an emergent cultural capital on our continent,” Peterside added.
http://puravidashollow.com/college-essay-plagiarism/ ART X Lagos was founded by Tokini Peterside, while its executive team is also supported by an Advisory Board comprised of – Labi Ogunbiyi, Dudun Peterside, Evelyn Oputu, Fatima Wali-Abdurrahman, Femi Lijadu, Jess Castellote, Junaid Dikko, N’Goné Fall and Reni Folawiyo.
http://tyeshiea.com/homework-help-judaism/ homework help judaism ART X Lagos 2017 is made possible by the generous, committed support of its sponsors, which includes thus far – Access Bank (Gold Sponsor); Absolut (Silver Sponsor); Stanbic IBTC Pensions, Seven Up and Anap Jets (Bronze Sponsors).