Thursday, 9th February 2023
<To guardian.ng
Search

Exhibit

6 Feb 2021
Nigerian artist Olufela Omomkeko has set up an exhibition in Lagos that he hopes will encourage people to obey safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and the need for lockdowns. His pieces are made from fresh peppers that will wither during the exhibition, which Keko says acts as a reminder of what farmers and traders selling perishable goods went through during lockdowns last year.
19 Feb 2018
The photo exhibit "Voll der Osten," or "The real East" celebrates the work of photographer Harald Hauswald. His black-and-white photos show the loneliness and sense of community, and the order and rebellion of a place that no longer exists, the GDR.

Latest

1 day ago
Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Thursday.⁣
1 day ago
Controversy surrounding the Adani Group's business practices, and the Indian government's close ties with the industrial giant, have sparked public protest and emboldened the BJP's opponents.
1 day ago
Bullied, insulted, subtly shamed — people with a visible migration background report about their experiences with racism in Germany in a new book.
1 day ago
More than 30 years after a fatwa was issued against Salman Rushdie, the author was brutally attacked in the US. But he completed his much-anticipated new novel, "Victory City," which is out now.
1 day ago
We bring you a special programme on one of the worst natural disasters to hit the Middle East in decades. Thousands have been killed after two massive earthquakes struck south-eastern Turkey and northern Syria on Monday.
1 day ago
US President Joe Biden pledged to continue rebuilding the economy and uniting the nation during a speech before a divided Congress. Republicans heckled the president, booing his remarks at points during the address.