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[From left] Abdur Rahman Muhammad, Kwaku Yaro & James Mishioin Artemartis studio, Accra.
Image courtesy the Artists and Artemartis. Credit: Kwadwo Asiedu

We are proud to announce that Abdur Rahman Muhammad, James Mishio and Kwaku Yaro will be participating in the group exhibition 'Handwritten', by Chilli Art Projects (@chilliartprojects) showcasing the work of 7 artists who all engage with material and mark making...more


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"Free Spirit" - Efia Serwah Barning - Group Exhibition, Chilli Art Projects, London.
9 August 2022.



Mixed Signals. 121.5cm x 92.5cm. Acrylic on Canvas. 2022. Efia Serwah. Barning
Image courtesy the Artist and Artemartis. Credit: Kwadwo Asiedu

We are happy to announce that Efia Serwah will be exhibiting in 'Free Spirit,’ a group exhibition by Chilli Art Projects that opens to the public on 10th August in London, UK.

The exhibition features Efia Serwah Barning, Sena Appau Burgundy, Kwaku Owusu Achim, Festus Alagbe and Eshinlokun Wasiu.

The exhibition will be taking place at 26 Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2AT...more


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"Reflections of Her" - Awanle Ayiboro Hawa Ali -  Duo Exhibition, Mitochondria Gallery, Texas USA.
23 July 2022.



We are pleased to announce that Awanle Ayiboro will be exhibiting in Mitochondria Gallery’s “Reflections of Her," a duo exhibition featuring visual artists Awanle Ayiboro Hawa Ali (Ghanaian, b. 1997) and Boluwatife Victoria Lawal (Nigerian, b. 1995)...more


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Introducing Efia Serwah Barning

18 July 2022.



Efia Serwah Barning, Portrait of Artist in Artemartis studio
Image courtesy the Artist and Artemartis. Credit: Kwadwo Asiedu

Introducing Efia Serwah Barning to Artemartis. We are glad to have this brilliant artist on board and we are looking forward to a wonderful future together.

Efia (Ghanaian, b. 1998) is a surrealist artist whose work responds to stereotypical representations of the female body throughout history.

She graduated from the University of Birmingham, UK in 2020 where she studied International Law and Globalization with a focus on Women’s Reproductive Rights and Migrant Issues...more


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“The Sown Seed” - Kwaku Yaro - Group Show: Efie Gallery 
27 June 2022.



“Adwoa Fowaa.”  154cm x 190cm. Acrylic, Woven Nylon and Burlap on Polymer. 2022. Kwaku Yaro
Image courtesy the Artist and Artemartis. Credit: Kwadwo Asiedu

The Artemartis team is delighted to see Kwaku Yaro’s works showing in Efie Gallery’s upcoming Summer Show "The Sown Seed" in Dubai UAE, which features works of Abdoulaye Konaté, Ablade Glover, Betty Acquah, Maggie Otieno, Rikki Wemega-Kwawu, Wiz Kudowor as well as Kwaku Yaro...more


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Come Hell Or High Water: Araba Opoku
29 March 2022.



Araba Opoku, Damba Lane, Acrylic on canvas, 180 cm x 140 cm,
Image courtesy the Artist and ADA contemporary art gallery


ADA Contemporary Art Gallery presents “COME HELL OR HIGH WATER” a solo exhibition by Araba Opoku from 01 April 2022 to 22 May 2022 in Accra, Ghana. Araba Opoku is a Ghanaian multidisciplinary artist whose lucid abstract paintings explore her distorted concepts of memory as well as reference socio-economic issues of her home country...more  


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Birds Of A Feather: Phillips x Artemartis
1 February 2022.



Phillips, in collaboration with Artemartis, is pleased to announce Birds of a Feather, a survey of contemporary art in Ghana. Showcasing 18 works by six rising young stars, the private selling exhibition will go on show at 30 Berkeley Square from 1 to 10 February 2022...more



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