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I'm Margaret, a female traveller from Nigeria, and welcome to my personal blog , TheAjalaBug.com.

Here, I document my adventures in travel and life experiences generally. Hope you get inspired!

Omenka Art Gallery

Omenka Art Gallery

Omenka Art Gallery is a small boutique gallery tucked away in a serene environment of old Ikoyi. It's definitely an art lovers paradise

This post is just for information and letting everyone know that there are other 'not so known' fabulous art galleries in Lagos. One of such art gallery is Omenka Gallery.

Omenka Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in Lagos. I found the space a little different from the others. There is a restaurant on site, facing the atlantic ocean and with views of banana Island.

The gallery was founded in 2003 by Nigerian artist,curator and art administrator Oliver Enwonwu, daughter of Ben Enwonwu who happens to be a renowned international artist.

Shockingly, the day I visited sometime in 2016, there was no light but the gallery manager took me round and explained that an exhibition had just ended. Anyways, while I am unable to bring you pictures of the inside, I am hoping the few below is sufficient to convince you to visit. I actually look forward to returning!.

 Omenka Art Gallery | The Ajala Bug

Omenka Art Gallery | The Ajala Bug

 Omenka Art Gallery

Omenka Art Gallery

Address: 24, Ikoyi Crescent, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria

Tel: +234 818 455 3331, +234 900 846 9991

Gate fee: None (As applied to all the art galleries in Nigeria)

Final words on Omenka Art Gallery

The gallery offers indigenous and international artworks. Unfortunately, I am unable to share more pictures as inside was quite dark. The environment is serene and the staff appeared professional. There's an opportunity to do the following at the gallery;

  1. Attend exhibitions

  2. Physical meet the artists

  3. Relax at the gallery’s garden and soak in the views.

For more on Omenka Art Gallery, especially pictures, please google.

Thanks for always stopping by and reading.

Regards,

Margaret.

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