ANO was at Art X Lagos, West Africa’s first international art fair, from 4th – 6th November 2016. As
Zohra Opoku Sassa Curated by Nana Oforiatta Ayim Opening Performance in collaboration with Ama Boamah/Adinkra Studio Wood works in collaboration
Serge Attukwei Clottey ‘My Mother’s Wardrobe’ Curated by Nana Oforiatta Ayim/ ANO The exhibition ‘My Mother’s Wardrobe’ comprises a series
My first direct encounter with the kiosk was earlier this year. ANO’s current primary research project is a pan-African online
Masking or the Masquerade is often as much about what it unmasks or reveals as what it masks or hides.
Ibrahim (b. 1987) is ANO’s first Artist-in-Residence. ANO has worked in collaboration with Ibrahim through writing, curation, film and creating
ANO aims to examine the expressions and documentation of cultural legacies and production in Africa and its Diasporas, and to
This is (R)evolution exhibition at the Stavanger Kunsthall in Norway was a research exhibition, on the oil found in Ghana in
In Ghana, as in many other parts of Africa, history was passed on not as a static, written history, but
I first saw works by Owusu Ankomah in the pages of Revue Noire, an oversized magazine based in Paris dedicated
An exhibition that looked at forms of healing through the eyes of contemporary artists from Africa and the Diaspora, from
Artworks provide us with traces of cultural memory through the histories of specific objects as well as the shifts in
In 2007, at the celebration of fifty years of Ghana’s Independence, I met a photographer, then in his late seventies,
THE WORD explores communication through spoken/written word, music and film, but also questions the notion of communication beyond the word.
My first exhibition One took place in 2002 for the Liverpool Biennial. On trips home to Ghana, I noticed how