Aabru Art is coming to Lacey Contemporary Gallery in Kensington for three weeks to display its Transcending Boundaries exhibition, featuring work by 35 Nigerian artists.
The exhibit begins on April 22 with a two-day programme at Asia House, Marylebone. From April 24 to May 11, the exhibit will continue in Lacey Contemporary Gallery. The exhibit will then close with a charity day on May 17 in La Petite Maison in Mayfair, to benefit Tulsi Chanrai Foundation, which helps disadvantaged people in Nigeria.
Representing artists from the Guild of Professional Fine Artists of Nigeria, Transcending Boundaries 2015 is the largest-selling modern and contemporary west African show in London.
The art will be available to admire and buy; their paintings and sculptures range from £2,000 to £15,000.
A spokeswoman for the event said: “Aabru Art and its founder Anshu Bahanda believe in the strength of their artists to portray their notable talent and in the stories that their art convey.
“Different from previous years, this Transcending Boundaries is focusing on the boundaries that have yet to be transcended at many different levels and in many different layers - in Africa and globally - the value of life, water scarcity, and many other issues. It’s about using art as a catalyst for change.”
For more information visit the Aabru website or call the Lacey Contemporary Gallery on: 020 7313 9068.