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Roaming Around: British Museum


The British Museum is too big to see in a day. I’lld probably recommend a full week to go through the entire building. I still don’t think you will have had a proper proper look in the end… ūüėÄ There was just too much stuff in there! Tip: you have to set out in the morning as they close 5pm sharp…or was it 4…We breezed through the Egyptian, Greek and African sections, saw the famous Nigerian Ibeji Twins and Cleopatra’s…

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Re.Le Gallery…


Visited Re.Le Art Gallery¬†over the weekend. It opened its doors in February 2015 on the Lagos Island…sitting precisely on 5 Military Street Onikan. On exhibition was; Interactions: Crossing Lines¬†featuring works by¬†Soji Adesina and Uthman Wahab. Keeping to its theme the art on the display crossed the lines from the canvas and interacted with its surrounding walls. Was mostly drawn to¬†The Coffee and¬†Cigarettes Series¬†by Soji Adesina His body of work touched on bits of Cultural Imperialism; according to the artist drinking…

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The Walker Art Gallery


It’s Friday today and I flashback to¬†some of my favourite pieces from The Walker Art Gallery,¬†Liverpool. I have unfortunately forgotten the names of some of these pieces, so if you have been to the Walker and remember any of them feel free to drop a comment. ūüėČ ‘And When Did You Last See Your Father?’ by William Frederick Yeames R.A. ;¬†A boy being questioned about the whereabout of his father¬†during the English Civil WarA Summer Night by Albert MooreReally loved…

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