Historical Link to IBM

Abiding by our mission to present the highest quality fine art, the Akégo and Sahara galleries will showcase the art of distinguished and exceptionally talented artists of African descent from all parts of the world.

The Africa House Multiplex

Situated in the historic district of the Village of Endicott and the former birthplace of IBM at 50 Washington Avenue, Africa House is the home of the 2000 sq. ft Akégo Gallery, Gallery Store, and Gourmet Coffee and Tea Bar on the first level. On the lower level is the 1400 sq. ft. Sahara Gallery and Event Space. The 2000 sq. ft. administrative office space of AfricaResource.com and Onira Media Production is on the second level. Designed, with high imposing walls, warm radiant colors, beautiful ambiance and spot lighting, and a spectacular chandelier signature piece, the spaciously luxurious galleries and office space exude style, sophistication, and class. Africa House looks as impressive as it sounds.

Abiding by our mission to present the highest quality fine art, Akégo and Sahara galleries will showcase the art of distinguished and exceptionally talented artists of African descent from all parts of the world. It will also exhibit the works of artists from any part of the world who creatively engage African designs and iconography. The gallery boutique will carry tastefully designed crafts and jewelry as well as the digital educational materials produced by Onira Media production. Our Event Space is available for rental; and lastly, we urge you to visit our award winning AfricaResource.com website for a taste of our extensive offerings.