Alexis Galleries presents
Now and Beyond
An Exhibition of works by
Alex Nwokolo

CURATOR

Patty Chidiac-Mastrogiannis

 

Gallery Statement

Working in a wide range of materials and styles, Alex Nwokolo has cut an edge for himself in the art scenes. He is a successful executor of different styles and material exploration. He has absolute freedom in expressing himself as well as bringing out the accurate visual effects in his creation. Alex Nwokolo is a Master of his Art.

Hence the Gallery’s pleasure in showing his new works in this solo exhibition titled “Now and Beyond”. Now and Beyond is a solo exhibition of works that narrates the growth in Alex’s unapologetic styles and technique, but most importantly pointing to the direction where creativity abounds. These sets of works are aesthetically pleasing, intriguing, have command of draughtsmanship, and are relatable, with images, activities, events, stories of an everyday human.

Alex Nwokolo is one of the leading artists in the West Africa Art scenes. He has been awarded severally, including the Society of Nigeria Artists (SNA) Distinguished Master Artist Award. He works predominately in the medium of painting, but including mixed- media to his genre.

As you come to view the show, prepare to be inspired and experience the feelings that these intriguing works bequeaths and also have a share of the artist’s time and creativity. Enjoy the show!

We are pleased to announce that the gallery will be partnering with Child Life- Line, a non for profit organization that helps children living rough and their own on the street of Lagos, seeking to reconnect them with family and get them back into school or vocational training, by donating part of the exhibition proceeds to its course.

 

Patty Chidiac-Mastrogiannis,

Curator, Alexis Galleries.

October 2021.

Partnership with "Child Life - Line"

We are pleased to announce that the gallery will be partnering with Child Life- Line, a non for profit organization that helps children living rough and their own on the street of Lagos, seeking to reconnect them with family and get them back into school or vocational training, by donating part of the exhibition proceeds to its course.

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