Nike Okundaye, Tola Wewe set to host art exhibition

The duo will present a collection of their new paintings titled Stitches of Partnership from November through to November 17.

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Owner, Nike Art Gallery and foremost Nigerian adire maker, Nike Okundaye and former Ondo State Commissioner for Arts and Tourism, Tola Wewe are set to host an exhibition this November.

The duo will present a collection of their new paintings titled Stitches of Partnership 4 from November through to November 17 at the Nike Art Gallery.

The exhibition which has been described as a way to round off the year while offering collectors the opportunity to collect their works will see each of them feature 20 paintings.

The works, which will be juried, will be mirror individual artist’s studio traits to daily happenings in the society, ranging from culture to environment and other social issues.

The exhibition which is being held due to popular demand will have an opening event featuring dance performances, Nigerian cultural food and wearable arts.

According to the gallery, "the exhibition will feature paintings that showcase the rich cultural heritage of Yorubaland and Nigeria. Works are drawn from the archives of the two artists and they are paintings that will thrill any art lover,’’

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