Daniel Tetteh Nartey is a Ghanaian pop-surrealist artist who employs satirical representations of the heads, hands and legs, urging viewers to ponder the intricate role played by these body parts within the societal structure. Drawing from the depths of his mind, Nartey incorporates the captivating allure of the colour blue, which serves as a visual thread that weaves through his artwork. His brush strokes conjure creatures and narratives that blur the line between what is real and what is imagined, encapsulated within the realm of figurative poses.
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Artist in Residence