Adelaide Damoah Artist CV
2018: Bonhams. “We Face Forward!” Group show. London.
2018: Little Africa Des Gosses. Marrakesh Off the Tracks. Residency/Group show. Morocco.
2017: Gallery of Small Things ( Bisi Silva). ACDF Festival, Lagos, Nigeria.
2017: “Article 10.” Amnesty International. Group show. London.
2017: Latham and Watkins. “Sankofa.” BBA (Black British Art) group show + panellist. London.
2017: UNFOLD. Group show. London.
2017: “Dispersed.” BBFA Collective + 3 Ghana artists. Nubuke Foundation (+Chale Wote), Ghana.
2017: “A Seat at the Table” Group show. 198 Gallery, London.
2016: “Untitled.” Group show + panellist with BBA (Black British Art). Latham Watkins LLP. London.
2016: UK Youth Charity auction. Group show. Canary Wharf, London.
2015: TEDx Euston. Vision to Reality. BBFA group show. London.
2015: This is Us. Solo show. Camden Image Gallery, London
2015: AACDD Festival, BBFA Group show. Bargehouse Gallery, Oxo Tower, London.
2011: Work on permanent display at Hotel Locanda, Venice, Italy
2009: Solo show Soho, National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV) Mayfair, London.
2009: Group show Opera Gallery Budapest Hungary.
2009: Group show. Screen Nation Awards Bafta, Piccadilly, London.
2008: Solo show “Supermodels” Nolia’s Gallery Southwark London.
2008: Solo show. “Black Lipstick” Clapham London.
2008: Solo show. “Black Lipstick” Bernie Grant Art centre London.
2007: Group show. I2U gallery Ladbrook Grove London.
2006: Group show Francophone Space African Arts Portsmouth UK.
2006: Solo show “Black Brits” Islington UK.
2005: Group show Buffalo film festival Clapham UK.
2017: “This is Me: The Inconsistency of the Self” UNFOLD. 3rd and 4th October.
2017: Mami Wata joint performance with Samira Saidi. Dispersed group show, Nubuke Foundation Ghana.
2013: Damoah and Summers live painting performance Vibe Gallery, London.
2017: GAFRA, London. Interview host- Art Discussion with Dagmar Van Weegle & Rewa.
2017: Syracuse University, London. Guest lecturer. Non verbal communication- “This is Me.”
2017: Nubuke Foundation, Ghana. Chair person “ Is there such a thing as a women’s perspective in art or is art just art?”
2017: British Library Caribbean In/Securities and Creativity: Diasporic Dialogues. In partnership with Goldsmith’s University. Panellist. Subject: ‘The Value of Black British Female Artists in Western Art.’
2017: Gallery of African Art, Mayfair. Art Discussion Interview host for Marie Genevieve Morin.
1995 – 1999 KINGSTON UNIVERSITY BSc (Hons) Applied Biology 2.1
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