Bayo and Bolaji in Nigerian Art Show - Chicago

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Bayo and Bolaji in Nigerian Art Show - Chicago

Time: March 15, 2013 from 4pm to 9pm
Location: Radcliffe and Elliott Hunter International Art Gallery
Street: 3800 South Michigan Avenue
City/Town: Chicago, Illinois 60653
Phone: 773.994.6441
Event Type: art, show
Organized By: Manvel Robinson
Latest Activity: Mar 11, 2013

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Radcliffe and Elliott Hunter International Art Gallery

Cordially invites you to the opening of Nigeria on Friday, March 15 and Saturday 16, 2013.

Please join us Friday from 4:00pm to 9:00pm & Saturday from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Donation of $15.00 will allow entry on Friday and Saturday. 

Saturday only, donation is $10.00.

The purchasing of Nigerian art by the international art community is on the rise.  Auction houses from Paris to

New York, have been selling substantial quantities of Nigerian art at record prices. They say,

“A picture is worth a thousand words.” So, rather than read about it, please join us March 15th and 16th; see firsthand the exciting work of Nigerian artists Bayo* and Bolaji, as The Woodshop celebrates Nigerian art

at their satellite gallery.

3800 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60653   Phone: 773.994.6441

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