The Portfolio

27.11.2010 - 19.12.2010


Open The Gate – The Black Culture Cafe
33-35 Stoke Newington Road
London N16 8BJ
Tel: 020 7503 6099


Kofi Agorsor (Ghana)

Robert Aryeetey (Ghana)

Bruce Chidovori (Zimbabwe)

Stephen Gwoktcho (Uganda)

Gabriel Eklou (Ghana)

Peter Ngugi (Kenya)

Kweku Opoku (Ghana)

Larry Otoo (Ghana)


The Portfolio - Kofi Agorsor - Play in Key D (68 X 68cm)
Kofi Agorsor - Play in Key D (68 X 68cm) 3/95

Open the Gate and AFRIKart Gallerie presents the Portfolio; a fascinating selection of limited edition contemporary art by great artists. The Porfolio include great works by Kofi Agorsor, Robert Aryeetey, Gabriel Eklou, Kweku Opoku from Ghana; Bruce Chidovori (Zimbabwe), Stephen Gwoktcho (Uganda) , Peter Ngugi (Kenya) and others.

The works on show are delivered, with great skill and maturity and they are resplendent with vitality and surprises. The styles range from semi abstract, impressionism to realism.

Kwame Akuffo, the co curator and director of AFRIKart is really excited about this exhibition which is the first time this selection has been shown together.

Come and savour and be enchanted with the goofy and whimsical playfulness of Agorsor’s works (see Play in Key D), witness the emergence of Bruce Chidovori as an artist to be watched; enjoy Stephen Gwoktcho’s delectable portraiture”, says the curator Kwame Akuffo.

The exhibition is on for two weeks only.
Private View Saturday 27 November, 2010 (6 pm to 9:15 pm)
Opening Times: 1200 – 1200
Admission: Free entry

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