Artsoul Kojo Ghana
Nana Danso Awuah-Asante best known as Artsoul Kojo, is a Ghanaian contemporary artist whose art has gained recognition through his endless cast of characters and personalities; these address a broad spectrum of universal and existential philosophies with childlike appeal. His childlike strokes and elementary shapes recall the simple yet complex imaginations of the human psyche, laying bare the limitless possibilities of how one can perceive the world.
Artsoul Kojo is a self-taught artist who began painting and creating art extensively as an outlet for coping with anything. As art depicts life , Nana Danso's symbolism portrays the reaction between the world and him. His work fuses aspects of storytelling, poetry combined with an impressionist and pop-art visual look.
Artsoul Kojo-History of GhanaAccra, Gallery I 16 Feb - 19 Mar 2021The African does not travel through time: time travels through the African, much like a river in which we each stand facing downstream. The water immediately surrounding us is the present, joining history as it flows past. This—according to the philosopher John Mbiti— is the African concept of time: 'a...Read more