'Transcending Boundaries' Show

From Emergent Africa Mon Jan 28 2013, 07:31:00

From Aabru Art:

Transcending Boundaries, will showcase 50 works of art from around 21 Nigerian artists. The venue will be The Gallery In Cork Street, 28 Cork Street, London W1S 3NG.

The first pop up gallery of its kind in London, Transcending Boundaries will display exceptional contemporary art from West Africa. Aabru Art works closelywith a small group of artists who create amazing, highly sought after works of art. The works of these masters have been exhibited across Africa, and indeed the world. A variety of phenomenal works by these artists were featured at Bonham's Africa Now auction in May 2012.

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