23 June-15 August 2010. This exhibition has been made possible thanks to the collaboration of the Accra Cultural Arts Network. It focuses on Accra as a melting pot of many ethnic groups such the gated communities in Trasacco Valley and the Muslim communities in Adabraka. Furthermore, it explores how artists can catch its vital pulse and capture its changes and developments, problems and contradictions.

On show is work by the Gahnaian artists Kofi Agorsor, Olanyi Rasheed Akindiya Aka Akirash, Bernard Akoi-Jackson, Kwadwo Ani, G. W. Kofi Dawson, Akwele Suma Glory, Tei Mensah Huagie, Nii Obodai, Jennifer Opare-Ankrah and Larry Otoo.

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Address Goethe-Institut Accra. 30, Kakramadu Road, Cantonments, Accra, tel. +233 302 776764.

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Pause the Pulse: Portrait of Accra

Goethe-Institut Accra. 30, Kakramadu Road, Cantonments, Accra, tel. +233 302 776764.

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