Five artists to look out for at London's Collect contemporary craft fair (The Art Newspaper)

By Anna Brady

Anthony Amoako-Attah, Bullseye Projects

Anthony Amoako-Attah is currently doing a PhD at the university of Sunderland having studied ceramics at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in his native Ghana. Amoako Attah works predominantly in glass, incorporating traditional Ghanaian Kente designs and Adinkra symbols through the use of powders and enamels which give the glass pieces the appearance of vibrant fabrics. “We, the selection committee, were very excited by Anthony’s work, as we were trying to work out what it actually was made of!” Wells says. “He’s very interested in migration and cultural identity.” Amoako-Attah is being shown by the US-based Bullseye Projects at Collect, and his works range in price from around £13,000 to £14,000.


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February 23, 2022