2017: Nubuke Foundation, Ghana. “Dispersed.” BBFA Collective x three Ghanaian artists group show
2017: 198 Gallery, London. “A Seat at the Table” BBFA collective Group show
2016: Untitled. Latham Watkins LLP. October 2016
TEDx Euston. December 2015. Vision to Reality. BBFA group show. London
Exhibited at the Camden Image Gallery in November 2015, “This is Us,” explores the movement of two females in an emotionally intense dance, telling a passionate story of love and heartbreak. Damoah used text directly on the work to explain the story of the models, as well as her personal stories about love.
Combined with text taken directly from various literary works, Damoah hopes to provoke discussion which is outside of the generally accepted “norm,” when it comes to female sexuality and identification.
With special thanks to models and professional dancers Rachel Sparks and Marie Eisenhardt who are featured in the work.
The music- which was the inspiration for the title of the show, was performed at the opening reception by Yvonne Mathieu. Rachel and Marie performed the dance to the song “This is Us” on the evening.
Browse photos from opening night here…
AACDD Festival -September 2015
16th -20th September 2015
Bargehouse Gallery. Oxo Tower, London.
Damoah exhibited as a member of the BBFA (Black British Female Artists). A collective of 8 female artists, alongside artists, designers and makers such as Charlie Phillips and Simon Fredericks.
The National Center for Domestic Violence Exhibition
1st October 2009
On the 1st of October, Adelaide had a showing of ten works on behalf of the charity the National Centre for Domestic Violence. Held in London’s Soho, the evening showing marked the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month to highlight the work of the charity.
British Art Exhibition
25th June – 9th July 2009
Opera Gallery, Budapest
The Opera Gallery in Budapest is dedicated to the promotion and professional development of artists, and services for art collectors. The Gallery’s client-base includes collectors, architects and interior designers, business executives and other prominent people of the social elite. The Opera Gallery provides the opportunity to the clients to acquire some of the most carefully selected art of international contemporary artists.
2nd October – 7th October 2008
Nolias Gallery, 60 Great Suffolk Street, Southwark, London SE1 0BL
Supermodels is an exhibition consisting of a series of eighteen striking paintings featuring powerful images which distort some well known international supermodels and celebrity icons. The latest works by Adelaide Damoah represent an intense period of her career when she was personally impacted by the death of Brazilian supermodel Anna Carolina Reston in 2006.