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Adam & Eve Homeware Returns With The Content Art Exhibition 

Adam & Eve Homeware Returns With The Content Art Exhibition 


After a brief disruption caused by the Corona virus pandemic, Adam & Eve Homeware returns with its annual arts exhibition, ‘The Content’.

Adam & Eve Homeware Returns With The Content Art Exhibition 
‘Clarity’ by Segun Aiyesan

 Scheduled to hold from November 5th to December 12th, 2021 at flagship homeware luxury store, Adam & Eve, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos, this edition will be headlined by the works of Wande George, Hamid Ibrahim, Segun Aiyesan, Clara Aden, Emeka Nwagbara and Elizabeth Ekpetorson. Master artist, Bruce Onobrakpeya and Lekan Onabanjo will be guest artists.

A mix of mid-career and emerging artists, supported by master printmaker Onobrakpeya and one of Nigeria’s top painters, Onabanjo.

Speaking at an exclusive media unveiling of the exhibition, Modupe Ogunlesi, CEO, Adam & Eve Homeware said the exhibition is unique as it will be a showcase of diverse medium, styles and techniques by all the eight artists.

“It’s also of interest to disclose to you that despite not having exhibitions in the past few years, Adam & Eve has been using its space to generate sales of art; a mini art gallery space inside Adam & Eve has been attracting collectors.” 

“The gallery space created from The Content exhibitions has been making some modest sales in the last few years, even without organising formal art exhibitions. In fact, we have also added several collections as the appreciation and interests from the public grow, ” explained Ogunlesi. 

In addition, she explained the artists works’ were critically examined before they were selected to ensure that it meets the standard of Adam & Eve, with hopes that no artist will go back with their art works. 

Other events to expect at the exhibition includes Cooking Competition, Eimination series for Men, 6-7, November; Art, Wine and Music, Nov 7, 11am-6pm; Sunday 28, November 3-5pm grand finale of Men who Cook; and Sunday 28 November, 6-8pm, A festival of Nine Lessons and Carols.