I am excited to announce that JonaQuestArt will be making its debut with its collection of unique Contemporary African Art at Stand: B29 at this year’s Liverpool Contemporary Art Fair on the 26th – 28th of June at the Stunning Royal Liver Building Waterfront, overlooking the River Mersey in Liverpool.
Moving around and admiring pieces of art from the portraits of prominent Zimbabwean exhibition and the Born Free young artist exhibition at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe , a one legged old man on crutches with the kindest eyes approached me and asked me where I was from. I smiled and looked into his eyes
I was first made aware of the works of Ndidi Emefiele by my sister in laws sister, who works in an African Contemporary Art Gallery. During our discussion on the growth of Contemporary African Art, she introduced me to the unique works of Emefiele and suggested she is an artist to watch and one to have
Art Fairs have grown globally over the last 10 years, but visiting them may still be intimidating to some. Art Fairs can be an enjoyable experience and an amazing opportunity to discover new talents and trends. It can also provide a way to see a wide range of works from different genres of art under
As the economic outlook for Africa is looking positive and the growth of Contemporary African Art in the west is on the rise. I divert my attention to the source of Contemporary African Art, to explore the artistic offerings from different African countries by looking into the art fairs and festivals that take place on
On this occasion, my artistic exploration took me to Abuja Nigeria. I had a list of galleries, art institutions and establishments I planned to visit during my stay. The first on my list was the Nike Art and Cultural Research centre owned by Chief Nike Davies Okundaye, a renown, well respected female Nigerian artist. I