The Thought Pyramid Art Centre was constructed in the heart of Abuja (Wuse II), and Lagos (Ikoyi ) as a space to enable new ideas to be incubated and nurtured; where there are no boundaries between art, craft, design, and thought; and where thinkers will meet to dialogue on new directions for African art. Thought Pyramid has been in existence since 2008.
One of the cornerstones of Thought Pyramid’s ethos, and as a tribute to the diversity of African art practice, we will promote understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of art and its values in an accessible, contemporary and unpretentious environment. We have had visits from delegates and diplomats from all around the world including a visit from the past president of Germany Joachim Gauck, Duchess of Cornwall, HRH Camilla, and a host of others.
The mission of The Thought Pyramid Art Centre is to collect, conserve, and study modern and contemporary art of Africa, and the African Diaspora. We will exhibit the art of our times from a variety of perspectives while situating them with the context of a global art movement.
To enrich the lives of art enthusiasts, patrons and collectors through the management, marketing, education, presentation and exhibition of artworks that meet some need, that advance creativity, artistic excellence and innovation for the benefit of humanity and our environments.
Works of art
A major part of our work at The Thought Pyramid Art Centre is to bring art appreciation to the general public through an active focus on art education at all level: from kids to adults. The Music, Art and Poetry program (M.A.P) will create an appreciation of who we are as Africans through classes to teach art, music and poetry in a bid to increase the understanding and appreciation of established artists and art movements.
Events & Exhibitions
Thought PyramidThought Pyramid has been in existence since 2008 as a space to enable new ideas to be incubated and nurtured; where there are no boundaries between art, craft, design, and thought; and where thinkers will meet to dialogue on new directions for African art.
New home of ArtThe Thought Pyramid Art Centre was constructed in the heart of Abuja (Wuse II), and Lagos (Ikoyi) To deliberately offer enthralling and realistic art place with a sense of friendliness, warmth, corporate and individual pride, where people can come to find and discover original creativity in its stark reality. There is a compelling need in Nigeria for alternative Art spaces that bridge the gap between commercial galleries and traditional art institutions; spaces that enable artists and curators to innovate with shows that do not fit into the boundaries of the existing art market.
EventsThe Thought Pyramid Art Centre holds exhibitions of visual arts, artistic symposium, lectures and workshops, theatre performance, poetry, spoken word and musical events. We work with our partners to train art administrators and curators.
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We carefully mount and professionally flaunt resilient artworks of edifying and emotive delights that appreciate in value, and provide our stakeholders unique experience, and the special satisfaction of durable, trusted and undying investment.
We have had visits from delegates and diplomats from all around the world including a visit from the past president of Germany Joachim Gauck, Duchess of Cornwall, HRH Camilla, and a host of others.
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