Ghana’s Pavallion earned rave reviews at the 58th Venice Biennale.
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The Ghanian Pavilion rocks at the 58th Venice Biennale with curving galleries designed by David Adjaye, artists are putting Africa firmly on the biennale map.. Artnet says, “The knockout pavilion, which includes work by John Akomfrah and Ibrahim Mahama, appears to be part of a bigger plan”. Below are installations by THE MASTER El Anatsui which includes “a wall-engulfing yellow work, references the damage gold panning has wrought on Ghana’s rivers” AND “A Straight Line Through the Carcass of History” by Ibrahim Mahama “a reference to another water-based industry that has been transformed with the introduction of new technologies, which now threaten to damage the river ecosystem’. @ARTNET. https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/ghana-pavilion-venice-biennale-1541425/amp-page?__twitter_impression=true
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