15 January, 2016

Happening on Gallery 1957 opening in Ghana’s capital Accra

The gallery’s name, 1957, refers to the year in which Ghana gained independence. Zakhem hopes to bring to international attention the “wealth of talent in Ghana” and the “intense, politically driven works” being produced by the nation’s young artists. Read the article here.

14 January, 2016

The Art Newspaper announces the launch of Gallery 1957

Marwan Zakhem hopes to create a buzz around the burgeoning scene in the West African country with Gallery 1957. From El Anatsui to Ibrahim Mahama, Ghana has produced some of the hottest artists in recent years. Now, a new gallery is launching in the capital city of Accra in March in a bid to bolster the nascent market there. Read the article here.

13 January, 2016

Nataal Gallery Talks: Zohra Opoku talks to the African Artists' Foundation

As part of Nataal magazine’s ‘Gallery Talks’, Zohra Opoku meets with Azu Nwagbogu and Maria Pia Bernardoni of the African Artist’s foundation to survey her career so far. Accessing parts of her African heritage and history through the use of textiles, whilst making it clear that to her notions of identity are not fixed, Opoku’s work documents a process of performance and discovery. Nataal outlines a number of pivotal points in Opoku’s artistic career, where she has held international conversations about the relationship between fashion and identity.

Read the article here.

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