Zohra Opoku – 'Time is the best friend for an artist' | Tate

Artist Zohra Opoku trained as a fashion and textiles designer, and her works combine fabric with photography to interrogate identity. In pieces like Queens and Kings (2017), she explores the ways that tradition and globalisation intersect in modern day Ghana. In this short film, Opoku invites us into her studio in Accra, Ghana, to witness her collaborative approach to art-making. Subscribe for weekly films: http://goo.gl/X1ZnEl

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How art can inspire solidarity across borders | Tate

How do artists create work within their communities, in a way that helps us see injustice and shows us the way towards change? In this film ...