Patrick Tagoe-Turkson

Patrick Tagoe-Turkson is a multi-disciplinary artist, teacher and activist who grew up in the Effutu State of Winneba in Ghana. He became fascinated with his historical traditional flag art concepts at an early age. This led to his earlier research and art projects in contemporary Asafo flag art which eventually progressed into working with found upcycled flip-flops collected from beaches in his neighbourhood.  A lover of nature, Patrick has been actively involved in creating with natural materials since the year 1999, where he has worked with communities, children, nature art groups/organisations and artists locally and internationally to create art from and with nature. Some of his remarkable recent projects include: Generations Woven, 2023 in Ghana, Is Everything OK, 2022, in United Kingdom, I Have Seen Things, 2021 in Mexico, Akikakika, 2021 in Ghana, From The Jail Walls: In the Mind of a Prisoner, 2019 in India  and Repurposed, 2019 in USA. Other projects include: Emotional Massage, 2019 in Germany, Cloth for a Dying Tree, 2018 in Japan and Kumasi Curios Slipper Kiosk Intervention, 2009 in Ghana Patrick has also exhibited in Nigeria, Senegal, Morocco, South Africa, Australia, Italy, Poland, France, Belgium, Spain, Denmark, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Korea, Turkey, and Switzerland. His work is in private collections and museums across the globe. Patrick holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the College of Art (KNUST), Ghana.
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Nubuke Foundation, Wa 2024