A quick guide to Abuja’s art galleries, including Thought Pyramid Art Centre and Nike Art Gallery. Abuja’s art scene is thriving with the help of its galleries, fairs, artists and collectors. Art galleries are full of hidden treasures. Whether you love old art or modern art; whether you are into contemporary works, fine art, sculpture or arty events, these galleries hold enough gems to meet your artistic interests. These contemporary art galleries are representing the talents, producing a huge contemporary art culture, and catching everyone art scene’s eye.
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Nike Art Gallery and Workshop
Founded and own by the renowned artist and designer Nike Davies Okundaye. Nike Art Gallery is a fantastic space located in Abuja, Nigeria. The art gallery is famously known for its Adire, Batik, and indigo artworks – showcasing traditional arts and performances. As well as portrayal and promotion on-traditional arts such as painting and quilting. Exposing the richness of the nation and African heritage. Take time out to Nike Art Gallery and get inspired on Nigerian traditional methods of weaving and dying.
Jioke Art Gallery
Jioke Art Gallery is an Abuja-based art gallery. A great place to see contemporary Nigerian art, specialising in work by Nigerian artists. An alternative space for culture providing several varied art themes with exhibitions of art pieces, culture and paintings.
Thought Pyramid Art Centre
The Thought Pyramid Art Centre champions contemporary art. This art gallery aims to collect, conserve, and study modern and contemporary art of Africa, and the African Diaspora. With comprehensive in-house art library housing a variety of multimedia materials. Also offering in their shop a wide range of African art and culture inspired merchandise and souvenir items. Enjoy indoor/outdoor dining in a tasteful and elegant art-deco ambience.