Established in 2001, African Market attracted craftsmen, exporters, visitors and collectors from Africa and across the globe. Then located at Osu, in Accra, the market displayed over 24,000 modern artifacts and was the go to place for all sorts of art works.
After over year of closure, African Market has re-opened at East Legon, next to the A&C Shopping Mall in Accra, and it’s resolute to be the center of excellence in the collection of modern and historic artifacts to enhance the economic development of Ghana.
Artifacts on display include, beads, ceramics, jewellery, kente, paintings, stools, wood carvings, masks and statuettes.
The management is calling on government and Ghanaians to invest in the art industry in order to boost the production and patronage of arts and craft for the development of the tourism industry in Ghana.
By: Ayerkie Narnor | 3news.com|Ghana