GNYP

2021

2021 / 07

Eva Sauphie, "Africa 2020 : six expositions à ne pas manquer dans le Nord de la France", jeune afrique

2021 / 06

"Africa, quando l’arte esprime disagio, denuncia e impegno sociale", Voci Globali

2021 / 05

Pei-Ru Keh, "Serge Attukwei Clottey on fashion, gender, and unexpected art", Wallpaper

2021 / 04

Rana Good, "Desert X 2021: What To See And Where To Stay", Forbes

2021 / 04

"Looking for Art to See While Social Distancing? Here Are 5 Memorable Works at the Latest Edition of Desert X", artnet news

2021 / 04

Victoria Looseleaf, "Serge Attukwei Clottey Exploring Issues of Belonging and Place", Art Now LA

2021 / 03

Amelia Rodriguez, "April 2021: 20 Things to Do Right Now", Palm Springs Life

2021 / 03

Federica Cimorelli, "'The Wishing Well', Serge Attukwei Clottey per il Desert X 2021", Collateral

2021 / 03

Christopher Knight, "Review: Desert X has a great big wall. Beyond that, this art biennial feels thin", Los Angeles Times

2021 / 03

Grace Ebert, "Two Imposing Cubes Covered in Yellow Plastic by Artist Serge Attukwei Clottey Respond to Global Water Insecurity", Colossal

2021 / 03

Jori Finkel, "Desert X Artists Dig Beneath the Sandy Surface", The New York Times

2021 / 03

"Artwork from Desert X 2021 in the Coachella Valley", Desert Sun

2021 / 03

Brian Blueskye, "Desert X makes its mark on the art world", Desert Sun

2021 / 01

Sarah Cascone, "Coachella Officials Have Rejected a Proposal for an Ambitious Desert X Artwork", artnet news

2020

2020 / 10

Hakim Bishara, "From Plaster to Plastic, Artists Take Inventive Approaches to Face Masks", HYPERALLERGIC

2020 / 10

Will McBain, "Serge Clottey: the artist who built a real life yellow brick road", Turbare

2020 / 08

"'Water is sacred': 10 visual artists reflect on the human right to water", The Guardian

2020 / 01

Molly Glentzer, "Contemporary African artists shine in Moody Center’s ‘Radical Revisionists’ show", Houston Chronicle

2020 / 01

Sanvitti Sahdev, "Moody Center’s ‘Radical Revisionists’ confronts colonial narratives", The Rice Thresher

2020 / 01

Katharine Shilcutt, "‘Radical Revisionists’ opens to full house at Moody Center for the Arts", Rice News

2020 / 01

Katelyn Landry, "Serge Attukwei Clottey talks migration, upcoming Moody exhibit", The Rice Thresher

2020 / 01

Molly Glentzer, "Five small Houston art museums that think big", Houston Chronicle

2020 / 01

Anna Brady and Margaret Carrigan, "Private view: must-see gallery shows opening in January", The Art Newspaper

2020 / 01

"Serge Attukwei Clottey's tapestries made from plastic gallon jugs", BBC

2019 / 12

"Serge Attukwei Clottey at The Mistake Room", Contemporary Art Daily

2019 / 11

Christopher Blay, "Radical Revisionists: Exhibition At Moody Center Features Afro-Centric Focus", Glasstire

2019 / 11

"Come dalla plastica nascono storie: Serge Attukwei Clottey racconta il Ghana, a Milano", ArtsLife (in Italian)

2019 / 10

"Serge Attukwei Clottey con la sua mostra accende i riflettori sull’Africa", INSIDEART

2019 / 10

Marie de Vergès, "Au Ghana, Serge Attukwei Clottey transforme des bidons en œuvres d’art", Le Monde (in French)

2019 / 10

"Serge Attukwei Clottey - Sometime in your life alla Lorenzelli Arte", Hestetika

2019 / 10

Silvia Anna Barrilà, "L’arte africana contemporanea da Londra a Milano", Il Sole 24 Ore

2019 / 08

Thomas van Huut, "Kunst over klimaatcrisis op expositie ‘Stormy Weather’ toont kwetsbare mens en aarde", NRC Handelsblad (in Dutch)

2019 / 04

Gülnaz Can, "The Migration of Yellow Plastic Gallons", Wall Street International Magazine

2019 / 04

Erica Cardwell, "To Go Local", BOMB Magazine

2019 / 04

Katy Donoghue, "Serge Attukwei Clottey Uses Performance to Address Political, Social, and Local Issues", whitewall

2019 / 04

"Serge Attukwei Clottey and Liz Whitehead", BBC Sounds

2019 / 04

Joel Campbell, "See This Ghanaian Artist’s Work At Brighton Festival", The Voice Online

2019 / 04

"When Bamako comes to Brighton Festival", Financial Times

2019 / 03

"From cartons to carpets: rethinking plastic waste", UNO Environment

2019 / 03

"Afrogallonism returns to Brighton for Festival", University of Brighton

2018 / 12

Dylan Chase, "Serge Attukwei Clottey - If this jerrycan could talk", Flaunt Magazine

2018 / 12

Katy Donoghue, "Serge Attukwei Clottey’s “Time After Time”", Whitewall

2018 / 11

Serge Attukwei Clottey Presentation, University of Brighton

2018 / 11

Alexxa Gotthardt, "Serge Attukwei Clottey Is Creating a Real-Life Yellow Brick Road in Accra", Artsy

2018 / 10

"In pictures: Follow Ghana's 'yellow-brick road'", BBC News

2018 / 10

Jonathan Curiel, "Out of Africa, with Serge Attukwei Clottey", SF Weekly

2018 / 10

"Ghana art scene rises from streets to international galleries", Financial Times

2018 / 10

Kylie Kiunguyu, "The eccentric Ghanaian artist who pioneered Afrogallonism", This is Africa

2018 / 10

Josephine Amoako, "Afrogallonism Artist Serge Clottey headed for University of Brighton", Glitz Africa Magazine

2018 / 10

"Prominent Ghanaian artist headed for University of Brighton", University of Brighton

2018 / 09

Amah-Rose McKnight-Abrams, "Middle Eastern And African Cities Are The New Hubs For Major Art Auction Houses", Harper's BAZAAR

2018 / 09

"Serge Attukwei Clottey opens ‘360 La’ art exhibition today", Business & Financial Times Online

2018 / 08

"L’artista ghanese, Serge Attukwei Clottey, parla ad ART AFRICA della sua installazione, Kusum Gboo Ga", Be Beez (in Italian)

2018 / 08

"Serge Attukwei Clottey puts Africa at the centre of global communication", Art Africa

2018 / 07

Billie A. McTernan, "The City as Canvas: Ghana’s Artists Are Building—and Engaging—Communities", ARTnews

2018 / 07

"Must-see exhibitions of summer 2018: Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Australia", Christies

2018 / 06

"Artist turns Ghana's symbol of scarcity into political art", Design Indaba

2018 / 06

Robin Scher, "Africa Now - An Introduction to ARTnews’s Summer 2018 Issue", ARTnews

2018 / 03

Niklas Mark, "Impulse aus Marrakesh: Afrikanisiert Euch!", Frankfurter Allgemeine (in German)

2018 / 03

"Plastic Art in a Post-Plastic Age", Elephant

2018 / 02

"Art Radar: “The Displaced”: Accra’s Gallery 1957 and Serge Attukwei Clottey take over Lawrie Shabibi", Art Radar Journal

2018 / 02

Anna Seaman,"Serge Attukwei Clottey - The Displaced", Anna Seaman

2018 / 02

"Right at the Equator", Art Africa

2018 / 02

"The New Afrofuturism", Garage

2018 / 02

"Serge Attukwei Clottey shows Dubai how he disrupts the art trade", The National

2018 / 01

Naa Oyoo Quartey, "Ghanaian Artist Serge Attukwei Clottey Speaks On The Art Scene In Ghana & His Contemporary Artwork", Interview

2017

2017 / 12

"Accra’s Gallery 1957 To “Takeover” Lawrie Shabibi In Dubai", Harper's BAZAAR Arabia

2017 / 10

Chioma Nnadi, "This Artist Is Wearing His Mother’s Clothing to Promote Social Change in Ghana", Vogue

2017 / 09

"Photostory Serge Attukwei Clottey", Vogue

2017 / 06

"Frédéric Bruly Bouabré and Serge Attukwei Clottey at Burning in Water", Art Viewer

2017 / 04

Sarah Cascone, "‘Everyone Is Excited to Learn’: Why Dealers From Around the World Love the Dallas Art Fair", artnet news

2017 / 04

Olga Grimm-Weissert, "Afrikas vernetzte Bildwelten", Handelsblatt (in German)

2017 / 03

"Les artistes africains à la conquête de Paris", Franceinfo: Culture (in French)

2017 / 03

Manon Garrigues, "L'Afrique à l'honneur d'Art Paris Art Fair 2017W", Vogue (in French)

2017 / 03

Elodie de Dreux-Brézé, "Quand les bus font découvrir l’art contemporain aux Parisiens", connaissancedesarts (in French)

2017 / 03

Anna, McNay, "Studio International: Serge Attukwei Clottey: ‘My body is part of my work’s mystery’", studio international

2017 / 03

"The Artist Critiquing Voting Systems through Performance Art", Sleek Magazine

2016

2016 / 12

"My Mother’s Wardrobe, Exhibition with Serge Attukwei Clottey at Gallery 1957", And Ghana

2016 / 10

"Serge Attukwei - Clottey Earthly Conversation", Contemporary And

2016 / 10

Nell Frizzell, "Serge Attukwei Clottey - the artist urging African men to dress as women", The Guardian

2016 / 10

Evi Olde Rikkert, "Afrogallonism | A day in Serge Attukwei Clottey’s studio", Griot Mag

2016 / 04

"My mother's wardrobe", CCQ Magazine

2016 / 03

Danica Sachs, "Serge Attukwei Clottey", ARTFORUM

2016 / 03

Lawrence Gipe, "Serge Attukwei Clottey", Square Cylinder

2016 / 03

Charlotte Jansen, "The Ghanaian turning thousands of discarded plastic bottles into art", The Guardian

2016 / 03

"New Guinness Africa Special", Guinness Africa (video)

2016 / 03

Ginanne Brownell Mitic, "Technology Expands the World for African Artists", The New York Times

2016 / 03

Jonathan Curiel, "Minnesota Street Project: The Counter-Revolutionists' Gallery", SF Weekly

2016 / 03

Liza Tait-Bailey, "Attukwei Clottey's Therapy for Death and Longing", Accra Dot Alt

2016 / 01

Helen Jennings, "The mixed media artist invites Nataal into his Accra studio to discuss his socially engaged concept of Afrogallonism", Nataal

2019 / 11

Will Worley, "Dystopian dreams: artists draw, design and stage a dark future", CNN

2015 / 10

Adriana Pauley, "Art in the age of Afrogallonism", Autre

2015 / 09

Eli Tetteh, "Serge Attukwei Clottey On upending a Westernized narrative of Africa and relinquishing his art to the public", Good

2015 / 08

Alice McCool, "'African Electronics' Takes a Spiritual Approach to Individual Power", VICE

2015 / 07

"Serge Attukwei Clottey", Ano Ghana

2015 / 02

Natasha Mmonatau, "Afrogallonism - Accra’s Ubiquitous Yellow Gallon Containers As Political Art", Okay Africa

2014 / 05

Nana Oforiatta Ayim, "Masked/Unmasked", Ano Ghana

2013 / 11

Belinda Kazeem, "Kunst für Gerechtigkeit - Serge Attukwei Clottey in Wien", M Media (in German)

2012 / 06

"Special art exhibition on Ayi Kwei Armah’s novel underway in Accra", Ghana Business News

2011

2011 / 04

"Art Therapy for the city - The Chale Wote Street Art Festival", ACCRA [dot] ALT