Jeremiah Quarshie

Jeremiah Quarshie’s paintings explore the boundaries between physical and digital production; considering the construction of imagery, his work investigates the nature of art itself. Through detailed portraiture, emphasising the connectedness between people otherwise divided by social, economic or geographical conditions, Quarshie reveals an acute social awareness. Using people who he has strong personal relationships with […]

Ibeabuchi Ananaba

Born 1976, Brussels, Belgium. Ibe Ananaba is a mul-disciplinary visual storyteller who is always in search of discoveries while expanding creave boundaries. Listed in Smithsonian Instuon Libraries Collecon, he is a 1st Class (Disncon) Fine and Applied Art (Painng major) graduate of the Instute of Management and Technology, Enugu, Nigeria. He is also an internaonal […]

Dufie Kufour

Dufie Kufuor was born and raised in Ghana. She moved to the United States to pursue a law degree and rediscovered her love for art in 2015. She is currently based in New York city, where explores various art media and gender identy. Brushstrokes are so integral to a painng; they tell a story and […]

Benjamin Bio

Benjamin Bio holds a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Benjamin sees space as an image that shape individuals identy and it’s with this idea he gets inspiraon for his works. Bio’s pracce largely results from experimentaon with pigments extracted from collected organic materials from different environment […]

Ernest Kankam

Ernest Kankam, born in 1995, currently pursuing his Masters in Fine Arts at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He had His first solo show aer his first degree in the K.N.U.S.T College of Arts, Kumasi and his second solo show in April 2022. His artworks ranges from Video, photography, digital painng, collage […]

Emmanuel Aboagye

Emmanuel Aboagye is an arst who lives and works in Ghana. Aboagye shows interest in the language of popular culture and how it is experienced with respect to me and space. Growing up in the “Zongo” areas (name for slum areas), Aboagye got his eyes fed with different imageries, from text, scribbles on walls, posters, […]

Musah Yussif

Yussif was born in Accra-Ghana on 15th July 1997. Growing up as a Muslim in Nima, He had always loved the idea of image-making and visual narraves. The language of images spoke to him more dialeccally than words. His interest in making drawings as a form of art developed during his years in High school. […]