Richard Kofi Art

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I'm Richard Kofi and I'm a young artist from Arnhem, the Netherlands. This is a gallery of my artworks.

.. had to take my paintings down at Cafe Meyer for my exhibit at the Radboud though..

— 2 weeks ago with 3 notes
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I’m really excited about the exhibition of my series ‘Roots and New Directions’ at the Radboud University Nijmegen! 

— 2 weeks ago with 4 notes
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Super exited cause soon I’ll be exhibiting my series ‘Roots and New Directions’ twice! July/August at Cafe Meyer in my hometown Arnhem. September/October at the Radboud University Nijmegen. 

Super exited cause soon I’ll be exhibiting my series ‘Roots and New Directions’ twice! July/August at Cafe Meyer in my hometown Arnhem. September/October at the Radboud University Nijmegen. 

— 2 months ago with 3 notes
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The Cotton Field Blues, 97x97cm, 2013

richardkofiart:

The Cotton Field Blues, 97x97cm, 2013

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— 4 months ago with 9 notes
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Slave family
This painting is based on the short story ‘The Passing of Grandison’ by Charles W. Chesnutt. In this story you read how a slave master gets fooled by his most stupid slave, Grandison. There is a short passage in the story where the slave owner and his father discuss Grandison’s family. This painting is inspired by this particular passage, because here the slave owner talks about Grandison’s son, who he thinks is a potential danger to the order of the plantation, because he is too talented. He can even read. In my painting he is depicted as superman, that while his father is the real hero of the story.
Richard Kofi

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Slave family

This painting is based on the short story ‘The Passing of Grandison’ by Charles W. Chesnutt. In this story you read how a slave master gets fooled by his most stupid slave, Grandison. There is a short passage in the story where the slave owner and his father discuss Grandison’s family. This painting is inspired by this particular passage, because here the slave owner talks about Grandison’s son, who he thinks is a potential danger to the order of the plantation, because he is too talented. He can even read. In my painting he is depicted as superman, that while his father is the real hero of the story.

Richard Kofi

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— 4 months ago with 4 notes
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ft. Ambre Jane tijdens opening campagnebasis @Groenlinks

ft. Ambre Jane tijdens opening campagnebasis @Groenlinks

— 8 months ago