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Showcasing the Best of Nigerian Arts:  +234 Art Fair Runs till Sunday 31st

over 100 Artists Present  

by Ololade Adebeshin
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Showcasing the Best of Nigerian Arts: +234 Art Fair Runs till Sunday 31st

 

over 100 Artists Present

 

The +234Art is an international art exhibition curated by Soto Gallery, in partnership with Ecobank Nigeria Limited and Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) for young ‘un-galleried’ emerging Nigerian Artists is opened till Sunday 31st March at the Ecobank Pan African Centre in Victoria Island.  The fair is dedicated to nurturing and uplifting the growing art industry in Nigeria by providing a platform to support emerging artists and encourage increased interest in art acquisition, contributing to the growth and prosperity of the local art sector and giving it international recognition.

 

Ecobank says its decision to host the fair is in line with the Pan African Bank’s policy of promoting the creative industry in the country and African continent.

 

(L-R) Managing Director/Regional Executive, Ecobank Nigeria, Bolaji Lawal; Chairman of Ecobank Nigeria, Bola Adesola; Minister of Tourism, Lola Ade- John; and Group CEO of Ecobank Transnational Incorporated, Jeremy Awori at the +234 Art Fair in Lagos.

 

“Our objective at Ecobank is to project Nigerian creatives by highlighting their talents and providing a platform as well as opportunities for them to showcase their works locally and globally. The creative industry is an essential driver of economic growth, well-being, and global connectivity. We will continue to invest in the potentials of our young people for a brighter future for Nigeria as a country”. The bank stated.

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