Only a few weeks after his exhibition, ‘Changing Times’, ended at Terrakulture, Kolade Oshinowo is returning with 12 other well-known Nigerian artists for the ‘Infinite Treasures II’, a yearly group exhibition featuring recent works by pre-eminent artists in various media such as paintings, sculptures, abstract paintings, and drawings.


Kolade Oshinowo, ‘AT THE FESTIVAL’ (2016), Mixed Media.

The exhibition opening on Saturday 22nd of October, 2016  at the Terrakulture Art Gallery will showcase the works of 13 distinguished Nigerian artists, including Reuben Ugbine, Abiodun Olaku, Bunmi Babatunde, Sam Ovraiti, Edosa Ogiugo, Duke Asidere, Alex Nwokolo, Segun Adejumo, Odogwu Eze Fidelis, Diseye TantuaMufu Onifade, Segun Aiyesan, and led by Kolade Oshinowo.

TUSSLE II’, Reuben Ugbine, Height 34 Inches, Base 45 Inches, Wood, 2016

Reuben Ugbine, TUSSLE II’ (2016), Wood.

The exhibition has been described as one for the discerning collector and as the name suggests, will be a treasure trove for anyone with an interest in Nigerian art, as the collection of works showcase various styles and artistic expressions.

Fidelis Eze Odogwu,‘ LOOKING AHEAD’ (2016), Welded Metal.

Fidelis Eze Odogwu,‘ LOOKING AHEAD’ (2016), Welded Metal.

22nd October to 31st October 2016

TERRAKULTURE Art Gallery, Plot 1376, Tiamiyu Savage Str, V.I, Lagos.

Top featured image: Alex Nwokolo, ‘HOLY MARY’ (2016), Oil on Canvas.