Artists who displayed their artwork at the just ended Sound Out exhibition organised by the Ghana Export Promotion Authority in Paris have left their work with a curator there to be sold.
The Curator, Ms Julie Abissegoe, Ghana’s Ambassador to France, Ms Anna Bossman, officials of the Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) led by the Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Mr Sam Dentu and four of artists present at the exhibition, Larry Otoo, Bright Danso, Kwesi Agyare and Nana Yaa Omane Peprah met at the Ghana Embassy to brief Ms Bossman about the development and to thank her for her support during the week-long event.
The meeting also reviewed the exhibition focusing on how to improve.
Ms Bossman commended GEPA for the good work it had done organising the event adding that she was amazed by the talent displayed by the artists.
She hoped that the event would be held again soon to include more artists to provide the very much needed exposure of Ghanaian artists to penetrate the international market.
Mr Dentu presented to Ms Bossman, one of the artworks of the CEO of GEPA, Dr Afua Asabea Asare, called Stages of life and gave her a painting of Kofi Annan, a former Ghanaian UN Secretary General for presentation to UNESCO at a later date to be arranged.