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Frances Ademola at her Loom gallery, Accra, Ghana
© Daniel Neilson Frances Ademola at the Loom gallery

Time Out says

Loom’s Frances Ademola has a popular gallery that exhibits paintings and sculptures by a good selection of Ghana’s foremost artists, with a smattering of expressive Nigerian pieces. The modest space has been here since 1969, and is bursting at the seams with the work of nearly 100 artists. If Ademola is around, she’s delightful company, chatting exuberantly about artists such as Seth and Serge Clottey and Gabriel Eklou, and happily offering her great knowledge of the Ghanaian art scene, past and present. Loom is regarded as one of Ghana’s premier galleries.



Address: Samlotte House, 119 Kwame Nkrumah Avenue, south of Nkrumah Circle, Adabraka

Opening hours: Open 10am-5pm Mon-Sat.
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