A Director of Patrons, an art advisory and dealership firm, Keturah Ovio, says Nigeria has the capacity to tap into the $65.1 billion global art market.
Ovio said this while answering questions on her upcoming miniature art exhibition titled, ‘small is beautiful’, billed to take place between July 30 and 31 at Cabaret, 32 Musa Yar’Adua, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report 2022 put the size of the global market at $65.1bn.
Ovio said the Nigerian art industry has matured so much that works done by artists in the country are exhibited in various parts of the world, including London, Paris, Rome, New York, Valencia and Berlin, which are often regarded as artistic cities in the world.
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