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COMMENTS ABOUT TSA
Hakeem Adedeji
"I first encountered the TSA Art Magazine in 2015 and appreciated it's emerging focus on contemporary art in Africa.

As a collector and patron, I find the magazine current and uniquely resourceful, with particular emphasis on projecting hitherto unreported news about artists and their practices, as well as important industry issues on the continent.

I do not doubt that with the deep insights that I have come to associate with the TSA, its future is assured."

Investment Banker, Art Patron & Collector | Lives in Nigeria

The Sole Adventurer
2020-03-23T09:42:35+00:00

Investment Banker, Art Patron & Collector | Lives in Nigeria

"I first encountered the TSA Art Magazine in 2015 and appreciated it's emerging focus on contemporary art in Africa. As a collector and patron, I find the magazine current and uniquely resourceful, with particular emphasis on projecting hitherto unreported news about artists and their practices, as well as important industry issues on the continent. I do not doubt that with the deep insights that I have come to associate with the TSA, its future is assured."
Toyin Odulate (@Saymama)
"I really like that the TSA's social media platform is nicely curated for the art lover and follower in me without being too clinically polished. My cultural habits in Lagos or in other cities that I visit tend to revolve around art primarily, so it's nice to have a platform where one can catch up on the latest art news or events happening in or around town. TSA Art Magazine for the 'art' win."

Founder - @oloricosmetics | Lives in Lagos

The Sole Adventurer
2020-03-23T09:47:20+00:00

Founder - @oloricosmetics | Lives in Lagos

"I really like that the TSA's social media platform is nicely curated for the art lover and follower in me without being too clinically polished. My cultural habits in Lagos or in other cities that I visit tend to revolve around art primarily, so it's nice to have a platform where one can catch up on the latest art news or events happening in or around town. TSA Art Magazine for the 'art' win."
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