Art, Culture & Travel, Design, Interview, Travel |
January 17, 2016
Ghanaian artist, Jeremiah Quarshie’s hyper realistic paintings explore the boundaries between physical and digital production. Through portraiture, he manages to expose the ritual of everyday practices associated with social interactions, fashion, commerce and so on. Quarshie sets up his portraits to evoke responses from the public that should lead to improvements in their socio-cultural lives. In a recent interview with Omenka, Quarshie explains......