Announcing Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński as the Winner of the Africa/Diaspora Access ART X Prize 2022/23

Announcing Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński as the Winner of the Africa/Diaspora Access ART X Prize 2022/23

We are thrilled to present to announce Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński as the winner of the African/Diaspora Access ART X Prize 2022/23! Kazeem-Kamiński was presented with the opportunity at a press conference earlier today alongside the winner of the Nigerian Award, Dafe Oboro.

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Event Recap: Sharjah Architectural Triennial Symposium

Event Recap: Sharjah Architectural Triennial Symposium

In the lead-up to the second edition of the Sharjah Architecture Triennial, curated by Lagos-based architect Tosin Oshinowo, SAT hosted Scarcity vs Abundance: Adaptability as a Creative Resource in Architecture and Design at G.A.S. Lagos on the 27th October 2022.

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Meet G.A.S. Fellowship Resident Sarafadeen Bello

Meet G.A.S. Fellowship Resident Sarafadeen Bello

Sarafadeen Bello is a design architect, researcher and creative based in Lagos, Nigeria. His works and artistic medium of expression are through text, essays, research, design and installations. His areas of interest operate within the overlapping boundaries of architecture, urban design, theatre, culture, and inclusion as well as the intersection of art and public realm participation.

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G.A.S. Residents Gideon Gomo and Portia Zvavahera Reflect On Their Time In Lagos

G.A.S. Residents Gideon Gomo and Portia Zvavahera Reflect On Their Time In Lagos

Earlier this month saw the opening of I See You, a group exhibition of new and recent works at Tiwani Contemporary by Virginia Chihota, Gideon Gomo, Masimba Hwati, Gareth Nyandoro and Portia Zvavahera. Prior to the exhibition’s launch, and as part of an ongoing collaboration with G.A.S. Foundation, Tiwani Contemporary invited participating sculptor Gideon Gomo and painter printmaker Portia Zvavahera to engage in a residency at our Lagos building.

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Event: Àgbo - Our Polluted Waters are Medicine

Event: Àgbo - Our Polluted Waters are Medicine

A performance by G.A.S. resident Seyi Adelekun

To conclude her research residency at G.A.S. Foundation, British-Nigerian artist and G.A.S. resident Seyi Adelekun will share her first solo performance for the public viewing of the An Unfolding Prelude group exhibition. 

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