Welcoming Bolaji Ogunwo to the Gallery

To mark the close of his exhibition Spillage, on Monday 29th May, we were thrilled to have the opportunity to welcome the artist himself to the gallery. Bolaji shared some delightful insights into his life and work and we will be presenting an audio edit of highlights from this event

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Spillage Exhibition Meet the Artist Event

We are looking forward to Thursday 18th May 2017, 6 -8pm When we have a unique opportunity to meet one of our most exciting exhibiting Artists, Bolaji Ogunwo, during his first Chuck Gallery solo exhibition ‘Spillage’. This ticketed event will a lively debate about the impact of the African Contemporary

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Future Talent inspired by Gallery Visit

Ayanfe Odusoga and her dad visited the gallery early in February and inspired by the collection, this talented you student went on to create a piece of her own artwork and her school entered the work in the Stockport Grammar School | Year 5 Art Competition. We are delighted to

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Chukwudi Onwudiwe | the man behind the gallery

Chuck Gallery takes its name from Mr Chukwudi Onwudiwe, who set up the gallery in 2015 with the support of a number of keen investors from the UK and Continental African Community. With over 10 years of experience as an Art Dealer in Nigeria, Mr Onwudiwe was delighted to take

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Artist Makes Big Impression During Women’s History Month

Great feedback on our latest exhibition in the Voice Newspaper! Artist Makes Big Impression During Women’s History Month

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Unmasking celebrates International Women’s Day

This Nubian Times article celebrates Jessica Omitola’s first sole exhibition ! http://thenubiantimes.com/unmasking-celebrates-international-womens-day/

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Manchester Art Scene Enriched with New African Gallery

Famed for its eclectic art scene, Manchester adds the vibrancy of contemporary West African art to its cultural offering with the opening of Chuck Gallery – the city’s only Art Gallery dedicated to the promotion of modern African art and the only gallery of its kind outside of London. MANCHESTER,

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Intransigence

Okey Ibeabuchi & Joel Utuedor May 14 This spring in Manchester, Nigerian sculptor and painter Okey Ibeabuchi and portraitist Joel Utuedor, will become first sets of artists after Fidel Oyiogu’s solo exhibition last winter, to show their works in a collaborative exhibition in Chuck Gallery. The ideality accompanying these exhibits

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Exuberance, Forms and the Notion of Self

This winter in Manchester, Chuck Gallery, a new art space refurbished to exude a seamless minimalist design, opens with an inaugural solo exhibition starring leading Nigerian artist, Fidel Oyiogu. His works are an exhilarating collection of significant paintings embracing the glamour of the feminine obsession. Oyiogu’s rhythmic display of loosely

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Bracing for the MARVEL Moment

www.thisdaylive.com/articles/bracing-for-the-marvel-moment/179933 An upwardly mobile art gallery, with a long tradition for supporting emerging local artists, returns to its usual Abuja venue, the lobby of the Transcorp Hiton Hotel with an exhibition featuring 18 artists, Okechukwu Uwaezuoke reports. Exhibitions, as platforms, do indeed define an artist’s career. Ditto for the coterie

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