Just as with everything else that is worthy of celebration or commemoration, ‘Love’, the most complex yet revealing emotion ever, get to has its day too. Many artists over the years have continually drawn inspiration from the idea of love and expressed in their work.
Kimathi Donkor has emerged winner of the De’Longhi Art Projects Artist Award for 2019. The annual award (in its fourth year), which includes a cash prize of £2,500, is presented to an artist on display within Arts Project at the London Art Fair’s section dedicated to innovative contemporary work.
As the year gradually runs to its end, Artyrama is pleased to present a few hand selected artists whose works will make the ideal gifts for the festive season.
The Art of Giving, our seasonal shop, features a mix of new and known artists, whose work span various media including painting, drawing, mixed media, and illustrations from artists like Yetunde Odediran, Mcdonald Iheme, Patrick Akpojotor, Wallace Juma, Oladotun Abiola and more.
At the just concluded West African premier art fair on 4th November, ART X Lagos, one of Ben Enwonwu’s most notable works, ‘Princess Tutu’ made an appearance for two days. Also known as “African Mona Lisa”, this was the first time the painting has been seen in Nigeria since the 1970s.
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- ELIZABETH EKPETORSON: THE CUBIST-IMPRESSIONIST ARTIST March 8, 2019
- CHOOSING WALL COLOURS TO COMPLEMENT YOUR ARTWORKS February 28, 2019
- THE ARTYRAMA ‘LOVE’ COLLECTION February 13, 2019
- BONAVENTURE SOH NDIKUNG TO BE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF SONSBEEK 2020 February 6, 2019
- KIMATHI DONKOR WINS 2019 DE’LONGHI ART PROJECT ARTIST AWARD January 15, 2019