LAGOS GALLERIES


Omenka Gallery
24, Modupe Alakija Crescent. Ikoyi, Lagos/ 234 818 455 3331/ www.omenkagallery.com
Monday to Friday: 10am - 6pm. Saturday: 12pm - 6pm. Sunday: 2pm - 6p

Omenka Gallery is a Nigerian contemporary art gallery, which represents Nigerian and international artists at its exhibition space in Lagos. Omenka Gallery was founded in Lagos in 2003 by Nigerian artist,curator and art administrator Oliver Enwonwu. Enwonwu's father, Ben Enwonwu, (1917-1994) was one of Nigeria's leading, 20th-century, modernist artists.  Since 2003, Omenka Gallery's programme of solo and group exhibitions has introduced new work by established and emerging Nigerian and international artists.


 

 
 

Nike Art Gallery
Josemaria Escriva St, Lagos, Nigeria/ 234 803 409 6656/ nikeart.com
10am - 6pm

Nike has given workshops on traditional Nigerian textiles to audiences in the US and Europe during the past 20 years. While she is known for her colorful batik and paintings that offers a modernist gloss on traditional themes, she was brought up amidst the traditional weaving and dying practiced in her native village of Ogidi in Western Nigeria. Her fame as an artist and teacher has taken her all over the globe

 
 

The Hour Glass Gallery
5, Biaduo Street, Off Keffi Street, South West, Ikoyi, Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria/ 234 702 816 2978/ hourglassgallery.com

The Hourglass Art gallery is situated in Lagos, Nigeria and represents some of the most prominent Nigerian And African Artists. The Hourglass Art Gallery provides artwork information on Nigerian artists and art exhibition services located in Ikoyi Lagos.

 
 

Red Door Gallery
51 Bishop Oluwole St, Nigeria/ reddoorgallery.co
 

Red Door Gallery serves the entire Art value chain. Ranging from collector consulting/advisory to valuation, restorations, private & public commissions, art classes and exhibitions. Main gallery is located on Bishop Oluwole Street in Victoria Island, Lagos. Gallery has one of the largest private art gallery spaces in Nigeria

 
 

Mydrim Gallery
74B Norman Williams St, Nigeria/ 234 1 463 8362/ mydrimgallery.com
Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday 10am - 5pm

Mydrim Gallery was established in Lagos, Nigeria in 1992. The gallery located at 74B Norman Williams Street S.W Ikoyi, just off the busy Awolowo Road seeks to focus on the wealth, beauty and message their works convey. Art collectors have developed a discerning eye for high quality works of art. Mydrim Gallery understands that art is a medium of expression and that artists have the liberty to express real, surreal and abstract situations.