Thought Pyramid Art Centre popularly referred to as TPAC, is an innovative art organization that strives to establish itself as a pioneering force in the local and international art scene. Going beyond merely selling art and promoting Nigerian artwork to a global audience, the center has a distinct vision of being actively engaged within its community and environment.

Thought Pyramid Art Centre is an art gallery company who’s project is to promote value, understanding and appreciation of art in the society, bringing, collecting, conserving and study the modern contemporary art of Africa and its diaspora. It also serves as an empowerment project to unemployed youths and create opportunity for young art enthusiasts to attain professional status in the world of art. It specializes in visual art, art, art and craft, art work designs, workshop, contemporary painting, graphic design, art and design, art galleries, entertainment and so on.

The Thought Pyramid Art Centre was established in 2007. It aims to redefine the role of an art organization, emphasizing community engagement, artist support, and the promotion of Nigerian art on a global scale. Through its efforts, the center strives to be a catalyst for artistic excellence and cultural advancement, fostering a vibrant and thriving art scene within Nigeria and beyond.

One of the primary objectives of the Thought Pyramid Art Centre is to foster the growth and development of Nigerian artists. Recognizing the importance of nurturing emerging talent, the center aims to provide a supportive and inclusive platform for artists, particularly those who will carry the responsibility of elevating Nigerian art to new heights in the future. This commitment to supporting artists and promoting their work is rooted in the belief that Nigerian art has the potential to transcend boundaries and gain recognition worldwide.

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. You can visit their website HERE.



96 Norman Williams St, Ikoyi, Lagos