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Shooting Nigerian Commercials Out of Nigeria. What is True? What is Bunkum?

A few months ago, the Minister for Information & Culture announced the government was going to ban the production of Nigerian movies, music videos and reality TV programmes outside the country. Such ban was to help grow

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Re.Le Gallery Organises Workshop for Arts Entrepreneurs

If you’re in the business of arts or arty in your business, this one is for you. Register on or before Friday!

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Photos: In Memory of WanaWana’s Poetry Album Listening Party

Wana Udobang, popularly known as WanaWana, collaborated with Re.Le Gallery for an intimate listening of her sophomore poetry album, “In Memory of Forgetting”. In a trancelike quietness, and for over 30 minutes, WanaWana’s audience listened

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Designers Cover Donald Trump in Hate

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Ta-nehisi Coates Returns with New Book

Ta-Nehisi Coates’ new book remains a gross guesswork for everyone; a mystery around the subject it discusses. Even when the author of Between The World And Me had shared the cover of the new book

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Cute Ads Promoting a Bookstore

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Urban Looks from this Year’s AfroPunk Festival

Think about African street style. Think also about a space where creativity hits you best with oozing and edgy confidence. Think about African Street Style with a creative sprint of AfroPunk. With a growing reception

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“Proud” in Omo Valley, Ethiopia

As a cultural photography, Christophe Lapeze’s image is a profound attempt to capture the attitude of a Morsi woman in Ethiopia. In this black and white shot, Lapeze widens up of the beauty within the

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Emojis Are More Than Symbols

The emoji transcend language barrier. They show emotional affect in this our cold world. They pass our feelings in most symbolic way recognisable in this digital age. They are also defining for us what global

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Lamar’s “DAMN” is an Autofiction

Kendrick Lamar is a multiplicity of many things. His voice is a medley of different modulations with him getting excitable, suspicious, grave, jovial, wry and crass all at once. Lamar is not intimidated with the

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