Isshaq Ismail (Ghanaian , b .1989 ) is a versatile painter who works with varieties of media and techniques to spark a renaissance of contemporary African Art. In scope of his aesthetic strategies he creates grotesque figures and textures in his paintings. He describe his works as semi – Abstract. Interested collectors should email [email protected]
Chale Wote is a local Ghanaian term for flip flops, which also means ‘Man, let’s go!’.
The art festival was established by entrepreneurs Mantse Aryeequaye and Sionne Neely in 2011, a year after they formed ACCRA(dot)ALT, a platform for supporting Ghana’s emerging creative industries across a range of programming and content creation.