Efiɛ Gallery’s debut exhibition, taking place at a specially designed pavilion at the Burj Plaza by Emaar, is grounded in the sentiment of celebrating connections – connecting tradition and legacy with forward thinking modernity in the new Africa. The exhibition features a dedicated presentation of four installations by internationally revered and multi award- winning Ghanaian artist, El Anatsui, alongside acclaimed artists whose works represent the symbiotic relationship between “old” and “new” African art. Inspiration for the pavilion which houses the exhibition has been drawn from traditions, historic and cultural symbols,
and environmental conditions that dictate the lifestyles and rich cultures of both Africa and the Middle East.
El Anatsui – James Barnor – Maggie Otieno – Isshaq Ismail – Yaw Owusu – Betty Acquah
Alice Asafu-Adjaye – Chrissa Amuah – Larry Otoo – Kobi Mintah – Slawn – Kojo Dwimoh
Theresah Ankomah – Negyem Adonoo – Amine Allah Manai – Gbemileke Adekunle
Deryk Owusu-Bempah – Alex Isokrari – Kwaku Yaro
Kwame Nsiah Adomako Mintah