VOICES: Celebrating Ghana’s Leading Visual Artists and Vibrant Art Community
In a resounding celebration of artistic excellence and Ghana’s thriving art community, “VOICES” has emerged as a striking testament to the nation’s creative prowess. Published by the esteemed London-based Manju Journal in collaboration with twentyfour.thirtysix, this artistic book is a treasure trove for anyone passionate about contemporary African art. Comprising 208 pages brimming with the essence of Ghanaian and African contemporary art, “VOICES” takes readers on a captivating journey through over 80 exclusive interviews with leading visual artists, curators, and gallerists working in Ghana and across the diaspora.
The brainchild of this remarkable project, “VOICES” aims to shine a spotlight on the luminaries of Ghana’s art scene, paying homage to their boundless talent and innovative spirit. The pages of this book are adorned with the unique stories, insights, and perspectives of the artists who have contributed to the tapestry of Ghana’s artistic heritage. The pages come alive with the vivid strokes and vibrant hues of their creations, offering a tantalizing glimpse into their creative processes and the inspirations that fuel their work.
One of the most striking aspects of “VOICES” is its unwavering commitment to inclusivity. The book features interviews and contributions from a diverse array of artists, each adding their distinct voice to the chorus of Ghana’s artistic landscape. Notable figures such as Ekow Eshun, Paul Ninson, James Barnor, Ablade Glover, Zohra Opoku, Campbell Addy, Eric Gyamfi, Maku Azu, Kesewa Aboah, Anya Paintsil, Yaw Owusu, Kwesi Botchway, Rita Mawuena Benissan, and many others grace its pages. Their narratives and insights offer a deeper understanding of their artistic journeys and the broader context in which their creations thrive.
“VOICES” is a testament to the power of the creative spirit and the incredible talent that resides within Ghana’s artistic community. This artistic compilation invites readers to immerse themselves in a world of color, culture, and expression. It is a testament to the fact that art has no boundaries, and voices from Ghana can resonate with the world.
This remarkable book is now officially available for art enthusiasts, collectors, and anyone intrigued by the vibrant world of Ghanaian art. To get your own copy of “VOICES” and embark on a visual journey through the heart of Ghana’s artistic excellence, visit [twentyfour.thirtysix’s bookshop](https://www.twentyfourthirtysix.com/bookshop/p/voices).
“VOICES” is more than just a book; it’s a tribute to the boundless creativity that defines Ghana’s visual artists and their invaluable contributions to the global art stage. It invites us all to listen to their voices, learn from their experiences, and immerse ourselves in the rich tapestry of contemporary African art.