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‘Black Lives Matter’ inspires Ghanaian artist

2020年 7月 5日 Sunday - 02:17

After Senegal closed its borders in March, the internationally renowned Ghana-based visual artist Zohra Opoku had no option but to remain at a residency in Dakar where she heard of George Floyd's death. She felt compelled to honour him and 'Black Lives Matter' with a new work of art called 'Say Their Names'. Francis Maguire reports.

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After Senegal closed its borders in March, the internationally renowned Ghana-based visual artist Zohra Opoku had no option but to remain at a residency in Dakar where she heard of George Floyd's death. She felt compelled to honour him and 'Black Lives Matter' with a new work of art called 'Say Their Names'. Francis Maguire reports.

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‘Black Lives Matter’ inspires Ghanaian artist

2020年 7月 5日 Sunday - 02:17