The Trending, Emerging & Critically-Acclaimed African Women in Modern & Contemporary Art, Awards 2022
To mark 'The International Women's Day 2022' we Launch our Call for Art submissions from 'African Women in Art'
Theme: The ARTMAZON, Inc. 2022 EXHIBITION for The Trending, Emerging & Critically-Acclaimed African Women in Modern & Contemporary Art would be marked with a Flagship Awards Event.
Date: Exhibitions will run from the xx Dec up to Awards Night on xx Dec 2022
Venue: The Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel, Victoria Island Lagos Nigeria
For more info Contact: ARTMAZON, Inc. Kemp House, 160 City Road,
London, UK. EC1V 2NX
Email: [email protected]
We are Putting Art in its rightful place as a potent resource for youth empowerment, sociocultural and economic development, whilst promoting the African narrative of Modern and contemporary Art." Founder ARTMAZON™
Considering the unprecedented rapid development of the art market over the past decade, with contemporary art by artists of African descent playing a pivotal role, and resulting in the evolving ‘financialization’ of the art market, art is now seen not only as an object of visual pleasure but also as a new alternative asset class with interesting business opportunities.Today, there is an increasing appreciation and focus on the high yield value of African contemporary art, and Now marking an exciting shift in global interest is the African female artists. 'The African Women In Art'
...with the likes of Peju Alatise (Nigeria), Thenijiwe Niki Nkosin (South Africa), Akunyili Crosby (Nigeria), Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum (Botswana), and Portia Zvavahera (Zimbabwe) to name a few, who have continued making impressive strides in the industry and bucking market trends with their unique expressions. These women overturn preconceptions and taboo through their art. Today, The ARTMAZON, Inc. 'African Women in Art Initiative' champions the celebration of these achievements. The Artmazon 'Women in Art initiative' is positioned to highlight the diversity of women exploring expression through Visual & Photo Art. The vision is to celebrate outstanding women-in-arts in the following categories of interest: Creators of Fine Art, Sculptures, Photo Art, and Architecture, alongside Curators, Collectors, and Promoters / Ambassadors of art made by artists in Africa and the African diaspora.