Kyle Weeks photographs the beauty of coming of age in Ghana
The photographer’s book 'Good News' is a tribute to a country in the midst of a creative renaissance and the stylish, young people at its core.
Photographs that capture the earnest warmth of Accra
From the most recent issue of ‘Boy.Brother.Friend’, Adetolani Davies Jr.’s images show the full spectrum of the Ghanaian capital’s character.
Photographs capturing the beauty of growing up in Ghana
On a journey to his father’s homeland, photographer Kwabena Sekyi Appiah-Nti, aka Sekyi, fell in love with the nuances of everyday life.
Amoako Boafo is nuancing how Black men are represented in painting
We sat down with the Ghanaian figurative painter in his Accra studio, fresh from his collaboration with Kim Jones for Dior Men’s SS21.
Photographer Kyle Weeks launches print fundraiser for Accra
100% of the proceeds raised from the sale will fund a DIY food and face mask distribution initiative in the Ghanaian capital.
See photos of Ghana's badass, all-girl skate crew
Abena Appiah followed the young collective around Accra, as they sought to inspire confidence through skating lessons.
a trip through sun-soaked ghana with photographer kyle weeks
For The Voice of a Generation Issue, photographer Kyle Weeks and i-D's Senior Fashion Editor at Large Ib Kamara team up to celebrate the raw and authentic style of Accra, Ghana.
8 must-see exhibitions happening in and around the venice biennale this summer
From the first major Italian survey of Armenian-American artist Arshile Gorky to Ghana’s star-studded debut pavilion, here are the events you won’t want to miss.
inside the viral world of afrobeats dance routines
In one week a video of a dancer called Prinny doing a routine to Drogba had been ripped and re-posted thousands of times, and racked up over 15 million views on one Facebook video alone.
cult ghanaian club tune finally gets proper release
Word of mouth afro-grime-acid-pop banger finally sees light of day thanks to Ransom Note, and you can listen to it here first.
meet the performance artist challenging gender norms in ghana
As the Ghanian government debates laws against open homosexuality, crazinisT artisT is using his own shape-shifting, gender-blurring body as a tool to confront political injustice, violence, and objectification.
living the highlife: dance music in ghana
As DJ Katapila and Ata Kak begin their tour across Europe, we look into the fractious, fractured, and frenetic history of dance music in Ghana.