How a Ghanaian funerary service’s routine reinvented a trope as old as the Middle Ages
Drawing inspiration from Christian symbolism and Ghanaian culture, Adjaye’s new cathedral will serve as a venue for both religious and secular gatherings, including state-sponsored celebrations.
In the 1980s and ‘90s, a vibrant new art form proliferated in Ghana: Kung Fu movie posters painted by self-taught artists on recycled flour sacks.
How can we document culture? Two recent articles shed light on different ways to document often unheard or at least less-heard voices and perspectives.