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Saatchi Art is the world’s leading online art gallery, connecting people with art and artists they love.

Bolaji Alonge, aka Eyes of a Lagos Boy, presents two major exhibitions in October 2019, as part of Felabration 2019 and the Lagos Biennial. These projects lay the ideal foundation for a global launch of his work on Saatchi Art.

“While Nigeria has always been influential on the global stage, over the last several years an interest in the country’s culture has grown significantly—from literature and film to fashion and the visual arts. At Saatchi Art, artwork sales reinforce this broader trend. Over the past year, the site has seen a 180% increase in orders from Nigerian-based artists. Some of the strongest work being made in Nigeria today features eye-catching pops of color and dynamic and assertive portraits”, states Saatchi Art[1].

Saatchi Art offers an unparalleled selection of paintings, drawings, sculpture and photography in a range of prices, and it provides artists from around the world with an expertly curated environment in which to exhibit and sell their work. Based in Los Angeles, Saatchi Art is redefining the experience of buying and selling art by making it easy, convenient and welcoming for both collectors and artists.

New collections by Bolaji Alonge will be presented online to buyers worldwide regularly. If you are visiting Nigeria and want to receive the photos at your home, printed and framed, this is your chance to be part of the story of the Eyes of a Lagos Boy.

Check it out here: https://www.saatchiart.com/bolajialonge

 

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https://www.saatchiart.com/stories/6-cultural-hotspots?fbclid=IwAR15CVXHyut9tMzSA7zp1IVRWhVSxwAO7eFJh2dLXaCQkvADLEG3sIp4oJw

 

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