A 25 YEAR CELEBRATION

A 25 YEAR CELEBRATION

El Anatsui .Berj Art Gallery. Ghanaian Artist. African Art. Contemporary African Art.
Ablade Glover. Berj Art Gallery. Ghanaian Artist. African Art. Contemporary African Art.
Maxwell Boadi. Berj Art Gallery, Contemporary African
Djedje Mel. Berj Art Gallery. Ghanaian Artist. African Art.
Betty Acquah. Berj Art Gallery. Ghanaian Artist. African Art. Contemporary African Art.
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Berj Art Gallery turns 25 this December! Making it home to Ghana’s leading artists, showcasing their paintings, sculptures and photographs in a warm, friendly and inviting atmosphere for a quarter of a century. We present major exhibitions in a fusion of local and international celebration of art. This journey began with Joyce Quarshie, she founded Berj Art Gallery in Ringway Estates in Accra, after a decade of art dealing in the Nigerian art market. She is one of first women to have incorporated a gallery in Accra at the time. Joyce’s vision was to exhibit and champion African and Ghanaian works of art in an environment that enhances their aesthetic and monetary values, alongside, promoting the artists. As an avid art collector since 1981, Joyce has had a keen eye for paintings or sculptures as a pure art form, pleasant in its own right, or as an investment.

Upcoming Exhibition

Fragments from the street
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ANDRE DANGNO ( OCT 28 - 13 NOV )

This solo exhibition will engage you with Andre’s phantasmagorical visions, through his use of earth tone colors and elements. He identifies himself as a chronicler from the streets of lome, walking us through an uncharted path exploring a multitude of details; fragments of architecture, symbols and life’s mirages. He leads us to deeply introspect what we see in the corner of our streets by conceptualizing social realities within the contexts of his works.

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