A British artist and writer of Ghanaian decent whose work combines African and Western influences while highlighting social issues.
“I had been drawing and painting as a hobby my entire life, so going on to do that professionally was a natural progression.”
Damoah's début exhibition entitled "Black Brits," took place in 2006 in the well respected Charlie Allens Boutique, Islington, London, UK
Damoah has had four solo shows to date in the UK including Supermodels, Black Lipstick, and a domestic violence exhibition for registered charity, the National Centre for Domestic Violence.
Adelaide Damoah also enjoys writing about about art and is currently working on a series of interviews called “Art Success” in which she probes the minds of her contemporaries in a bid to discover what it takes to become successful in the art world.
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