Global music superstar Mr Eazi is delighted to announce further details of exhibition listening experiences to take place this autumn.
Launching ahead of his first studio album release on 27 October, the special art and music experiences invite Mr Eazi’s fans, as well as art and music enthusiasts to experience every song on the album alongside the one-of-a-kind artwork created in response to the music.
Debuting at Gallery 1957 in Accra, Ghana, a significant country for Mr Eazi where he began his recording career and rose to fame, the exhibition listening experience will launch during Accra’s annual Cultural Week from 13 – 18 September.
Following the inaugural presentation in Accra, the exhibition will travel to London as part of 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair’s Special Projects from 12th – 15th October 2023 at Somerset House.
In anticipation of the full album and exhibition experience, a further five artworks have been unveiled which were created for the tracks Advice by Alpha ODH, Notorious by Edozie Anedu, Fefe Ne Fefe by Samuel Tete-Katchan, Legalize by Patricorel, and Mandela by Tesprit.