Blaykyi Kenyah is a visual artist from Accra, Ghana, where he lived until moving to the United State to earn a BA in Politics in 2019. His practice— which is mainly centered around black and white analogue photography and sculpture— seeks to critically engage with social structures and ‘what remains’, often employing philosophy and critical theory as a lens. His latest project, Secret Places, was a culmination of a photographic investigation of urbanity in one of Ghana’s small towns through temporal and geographic suspension and obscurity. Blaykyi will be at the Chautauqua School of Art Residency this summer, and his latest show was at Princeton University’s Mathey College (2019).

Curriculum Vitae

Blaykyi Kenyah
Born July 15, 1996
Currently lives and works in Accra, Ghana, and Princeton NJ, USA
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2019    Princeton University, Artus Bachelorum

2019    Secret Places, Mathey College, Princeton

Group Shows
2019    Chautauqua School of Art Emerging Artists Exhibition, Fowler-Kellog Gallery, Chautauqua
2019    Extraordinary Processes, Princeton Arts Complex, Princeton
2019    Media Arts Show, Lucas Gallery, Princeton

2019    Chautauqua School of Art Summer Residency
2019    77Art Residency

2019    Grove Street Fellowship
2019    Karin A. and Melvin H. Johnson Scholarship

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