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The Treasures of Accra's Growing Art Scene

The Treasures of Accra’s Growing Art Scene

Photo © Selorm Jay. Mural by Nima Muhinmanchi Art (NMA), an art collective based in Accra.   A dry wind sends copper-coloured dust billowing in the air, as spluttering trotros and taxis grind…

Everyday Africa | When Social Media Is A Game Changer

Everyday Africa | When Social Media Is A Game Changer

What happens every 60 seconds in Africa? A minute passes. Perhaps you’ve come across the meme that’s made the Internet rounds since last year.

Go South, Young Man

Go South, Young Man

Fashion in all of its possibilities remains a space for the expressive individual, whether it be of the restrained variety or be it swinging to the exuberant side of the pendulum. There have…

Trine Lindegaard | Mind(s) The Credibility Gap

Trine Lindegaard | Mind(s) The Credibility Gap

The whole lot becomes some ugly and ignoble affair; every designer ‘inspired by Africa’ a lightly concuss character immunised against contact on the intuition level. The mass clamor of grand sighs on how…

The Black Gypsy | Meet Sam Lambert

The Black Gypsy | Meet Sam Lambert

“It’s rude to stare at people!” my mother used to tell me as a child. I know she was right yet in some circumstances, I maintain it’s just simply unavoidable. In fashion invariably…

Nii Obodai | What Happened to Our Dream of Independence?

Nii Obodai | What Happened to Our Dream of Independence

Opening the pages of Who Knows Tomorrow, one is presented with stark and compassionate portraits, hazy silhouettes and distant landscapes. A variance in light, the adjustment of the lens so that the frame…

Featured | Kofi Agorsor

Featured | Kofi Agorsor

Ghanaian painter Kofi Agorsor’s work stands as a joyous expression of colour and form, gestural and at times abstract yet always so charming. The work is visually striking and modern;  the paintings conjuring…

Rest In Pop

R.I.P. | Rest In Pop

Celebrating life in death, the fantasy coffins of the Ga tribe in coastal southern Ghana appear like an Andy Warholesque remix of mass market brands repackaged as pop art.

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