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Lagos OPEN RANGE: The Lens and Now

The Lagos OPEN RANGE exhibition marks the jump-off for that exacting photographic collaboration and presentation we have been looking forward to for ages here in Nigeria. Lagos is running agog with amazing cultural (artistic and literary) events and programmes. These cultural activities also have exciting socio-political and sport related events happening alongside it.  These imaginative […]

Foto Party

One of the purposes of art is to bring colour, beauty, passion and intensity to peoples’ lives thereby enriching their experiences and advance critical discourses and engagements on art and its relationship to how we live together. Photography has long been recognized as a visual language in modern times with the power to communicate reality […]

Library Request

Library Request

Library Request The Nlele Institute is on the verge of setting up a library that hopes to meet the research and intellectual needs of our artists. The library’s aspiration will also focus on the contemporary issues in our society vis- a-vis photography. We are particularly interested in books with African themes, art history, reviews and […]

The moving world: the real frame of ever...

Naasra Yeti, Agbogbloshie Market, Accra, Ghana 2009

Pieter Hugo’s Permanent Error Series in C/O Berlin 10 November 2012 – 13 January 2013 Housed by C/O Berlin the exhibition of the 4 finalists of the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2012 offers an insight into the development of contemporary photography. John Stezaker’s miniature photos and ironic collages, Pieter Hugo’s imposing portraits, Rinko Kawauchi’s visual dairy with revelations […]