In her photo essay, ‘Dealing with Dumsor’, Dutch photographer, Desiré van den Berg, presents images of young Ghanaians trying to cope with the unfortunate situation of frequent power cuts in Ghana
One of the most universal and most loved sports is soccer. Photographer Andrew Esiebo traveled around places like Nigeria and Ghana capturing beautiful pictures of people enjoying a good game in unconventional spaces for his project called “Love of it”.
The Kente cloth is an iconic African material woven with silk and cotton. The cloth is originally from the Ashanti Kingdom of Ghana. Initially, the cloth was worn by royalties and on special occasions by the Akan Tribe. Nowadays, the use of the textile is widespread.
A recent work by the Ghanaian performance artist Va-Bene Elikem Fiatsi (crazinisT artisT) that made the familiar intensely political, and the peculiar eccentric, ended recently in the Ashanti regional capital of Kumasi.