Our programming year encompasses three sessions each of a four-month duration.  

The programme will champion projects that encourage exchange between the foundation and our Okun Ajah community; that encourage collaboration and advance standards of artistic production.

The commissions will aim to continually consider the historical and current context of Nigeria in a global setting. While maintaining rigorous, challenging content and offering the opportunity for new encounters between artist, site, artwork and the public.  Often each commissioned project will include an exhibition and off-site interventions, presented with contextual critical writing, workshops, events and discussions.

ANAI Foundation will proudly present its full 2018 exhibition programme in Nov 2017.