Nubuke Collections

The exhibition “Nubuke Collections” encompasses stash of the voyages and sojourns of a leading Ghanaian art institution. Over a full decade, many different artists have passed through Nubuke Foundation. As they’ve passed through and left creative marks on the institution in particular and the art scene in general, works of a vast array of them have been collected over a decade. Held at its own premises, this exhibition is one that projects Ghanaian art forms and artists, bringing together functional, expressionist, conceptual and representational contemporary as well as historical pieces the Foundation has collected over time. From gold weights, pottery, fabric, painting, installations, beads to sculptures. Works and items on display span across different artistic eras and techniques, both learned and self-taught, capturing attention of the viewer.

 

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Ato Delaquis

LARGE FLAME TREE

75 cm X 100 cm

Acrylic on Canvas

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Marigold Akuffo Addo

SEASONS 2B

50 cm X 60 cm

Acrylic/Mix Media on Canvas

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Marigold Akuffo Addo

SEASONS IA

50 cm X 60 cm

Acrylic/Mix Media on Canvas

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Seth Clottey

MEN AT WORK

26 cm X 31 cm

Oil on Canvas

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Seth Clottey

OKAISHIE SHOPPING AREA

34 cm X 39 cm

Oil on Canvas

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SCENE FROM AKOSOMBO

29 cm X 34 cm

Oil on Canvas

Seth Clottey

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WOMEN COUNCIL 26 cm X 31 cm Oil on Canvas

 

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CERAMIC POT

JAMES KWAME AMOAH

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VENUS 3 153 cm X 127 cm Mix Media on Canvas

VENUS 3
153 cm X 127 cm
Mix Media on Canvas

 

Issues treated by the artist range from social critical, abstract to symbolic representational, painting and craftsmanship with diverse backgrounds and historical motivations. The exhibition in fact provides (re)orientations for art patrons interested in seeing some of the master pieces of the last decade and how the arts landscape and contemporary history has shaped in Ghana.

For more information:

www.nubukefoundation.org

Facebook: Nubuke Foundation

Twitter: @InfoNubuke

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