Bon Rire (2) by Derrick Ofosu Boateng
Cheaper than a digital camera, his father’s iPhone camera was his first foray into photography, a tool he kept throughout the years to owning the nickname of the ” iPhone artist” today.
Le Sourire by Derrick Ofosu Boateng
Through his art, he is inspired to represent the beauty and visual poetry of everyday African culture, lifestyles and behaviours thereby “changing the story that is told of Africa”. Though rooted in the local traditions of Ghana, he believes that the intimate images he captures are representation of life anywhere on the continent.
The Story Of The Inseparable Friends by Derrick Ofosu Boateng
"Photography has always made me happy, since I was a child, and now it means something important to me because it is the way I have to defend the idea that Africa is not just something negative."
Bon rire (1) by Derrick Ofosu Boateng
Derrick Ofosu Boateng
About inside-out art gallery
Started in May 2021 with six artists: Vicky Martin, Iwajla Klinke, Patrick Van der Elst, Julia Buruleva, Derrick O. Boateng and Justin Dingwall. inside-out is a visual activist. We strongly believe images change our vision of the world. Behind the pop colours, striking messages are hiding out. inside-out is digital and nomadic, reaching out photography devotees worldwide. It is genuinely designed to operate mainly through online platforms and art fairs. In an increasingly dematerialised world, NFTs are our future and inside-out will soon launch NFT artists.
The Founder Enzo worked for more than 10 years as Consultant in the finance sector in Luxemburg, Brussels and Paris. The following 8 years he coordinated projects worldwide for a medical emergency NGO. Art collector and entrepreneur with a humanist approach, his long-time passion for contemporary art led him to launch his gallery in May 2021.
inside-out art gallery
501, avenue Molière. 1050 Brussels. Belgium
Derrick Ofosu Boateng
Changing the story that is told of Africa
until September 2, 2021
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