The new art fair ‘Art X Lagos’ came to an end yesterday, 6th November 2016. The art exhibition which commenced on November 4th at the..
Artist Toyin Ojih Odutola takes her signature pen and ink style into a new medium, pastel and charcoal, with her latest series “Matter of Fact.”..
Babajide Olatunji is a visual artist and autodidact, having spent many years of self-directed study researching art historical movements and modes of production. Olatunji’s Tribal..
Neals Niat is a Cameroonian-born digital artist, illustrator, and architecture student. Niat moved to France as a young child and is currently based in Brussels...
The 11th day in October has been officially set aside by the United Nations as the International day for the girl. It is a day..
When the surprise announcement was made on Saturday that Okechukwu Chukwudifu had won the N100k cash prize in the #FarabaleArtBeat Challenge, we knew very little..
Kendario La’Pierre is a German-born, Mississippi-raised, digital/mixed-media artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. The 25-year-old creates his Afro-surrealist digital works by mixing photography, animation,..
The 2016 edition of the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, London, came to an end on October 9th. The 4-day event kicked off on the..
‘Grip Am!’ is a hilarious stage play written by the late Olawale Gladstone Emmanuel Rotimi popularly known as Ola Rotimi, one of Nigeria’s leading playwrights and..
Dipo Doherty is a Nigerian artist, an engineer and an entrepreneur. He goes by the name Kingdips on Instagram and we are glad we found him. Dipo..
John Madu is an artist whose style is more of surrealism and figurative symbolism. His paintings are very good and we’ve selected seven paintings that we..
First off, apologies for the delay in announcing the FarabaleArtBeat finalists as at when due. Sorting through the loads of entries was no easy task, we..