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take me to the streets‘’TAKE ME TO THE STREET’’ is a spectacular exhibition of works from a mixed media of photography, video and paintings. It will be held at the Exhibition Hall of Alliance Française Accra from Friday 4th September to Saturday 4th October, 2015 from 9am to 9pm.

The streets of Accra are filled with beauty, life, laughter but also anger, inequality and loneliness. Six young contemporary artists living in Accra use their art to convey all the tenderness they have for the city and its inhabitants and shout their discontentment regarding the day to day challenges. ‘Take me to the streets’ features the work of Isabel Abreu (Watercolour), Mutombo Da Poet (Photography), NyaniQuarmyne (Photography), MusahSwallah (Painting on wood – new pieces), Wanlov the Kubolor (Video), Zohra Opoku (Video), Serge Attukwei Clottey (Photography) and Francis Kokoroko (Photography).

ISABEL ABREU, a Portuguese artist living in Accra uses her watercolour illustrations to portray her love for Ghana through various street activities.

MUTOMBO DA POET brings on board his amazing street photography captured with his mobile phone and NYANI QUARMYNE, a photojournalist presents his widely acclaimed photography works.

Talk of amazing paintings on wood and MUSAH SWALLAH is an artist based in Nima. He shouts out his discontentment with his amazing wood painting pieces.

Ghana’s own boy WANLOV the KUBOLOR will be thrilling the audience with series of music videos and documentaries of life on the streets of the Accra. The documentary features an informal conversation with streets hawkers and the various difficulties they encounter living on the street of the metropolitan.

ZOHRA OPOKU, (artist behind ‘The Billboard Project in 2014) will present a video of street art and FRANCIS KOKOROKO, a photographer who takes a longer look at photography also joins the team with his inspiring work.

Their exhibition which will run from Friday 4th September to 4th October 2015 from 9am to 9pm each day (except during activities) will begin with a launch and cocktail on Friday 4th September at 6:30pm at Alliance Française Accra.

Come and experience a convergence of extraordinary talents with mind blowing art works on one platform.

Rate: Free


Eleanor Dartey, Media Relations Officer.

 Email: mediarelations@afaccra.org, 0501287817



J Rio

The François Battle Industry Company, in partnership with Alliance Francaise Accra and Francophone students associations presents ‘Sors ça!’-an exceptional concert by Gabonese artist J-Rio on Saturday 5th September, 2015 at La Paillote Stage, Alliance Française Accra at 8pm.

As part of its effort to give visibility to Francophone artists in Ghana, the François Battle Industry Company, in partnership with the Alliance Française Accra and francophone students associations, is glad to offer an exceptional concert of the Gabonese artist J – Rio (Junior Sandza).

J-Rio as he is popularly known is an R&B artist from Gabon but resides in Houston, Texas. He began his music carrier in the year 2004 taking his inspiration from widely acclaimed artists such as Michael Jackson, Usher, Omarion and many more. He is currently following the trend of young and energetic R&B singers like Chris Brown, Omarion to mention a few. The artist is still blooming and after having been riding solo for many years, he and his crew “HIGH DEFINITION” (created in 2008) got signed under The Label “EarthQuake Entertainment (2010).

He will be performing live in Ghana alongside some young talents of various nationalities such as Autentiq from Ghana, Abouh Mala (Congo) and a host of others.

His concert will take place on Saturday 5th September 2015 at Alliance Française Accra.

Come all and discover the richness of francophone music.

Rate: GHC 35 for adults, GHC 17 for AF students and cultural members, free for children under 12.

GHC 60 for couples, GHC 30 for couples if AF students or cultural members

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