Kwabena Sekyi Appiah-nti

Kwabena Sekyi Appiah-nti works across the genres of documentary, fashion and lifestyle. His work focuses on people who are prejudicially perceived and misunderstood. Through an analogue photography style, the colours in his images are warm and radiate a softness that give his subjects a poetic feel. This approach results in idealised and dignified images, aiming to document the true essence of his subjects. With his project, titled Golden Boy, he wants to improve the image of black youth in the media, and subvert the traditional rhetoric by associating them with excellence, riches and true beauty.

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Unfair - Backflip, 2019 busua beach web

Kwabena Sekyi Appiah-nti
Backflip (2019)
Golden Ray
Unfair - Golden ray, 2019 surinameweb

Kwabena Sekyi Appiah-nti
Golden Ray (2019)
Golden Boy
Unfair - Golden boy, 2019 busua beach, screenprint on flour cloth by sena kirfa web

Kwabena Sekyi Appiah-nti
Golden Boy (2019)
Unfair - Randy-2019-amsterdamweb

Kwabena Sekyi Appiah-nti
Randy (2019)

Kwabena Sekyi Appiah-nti (1994) is a fashion and documentary photographer based in Amsterdam. In 2017 he completed his studies in Communication & Multimedia Design at the HVA, Amsterdam. In 2021, he was nominated for the Foam talent program with his project Sika Kokoo, presenting contemporary Ghanaian culture and its heritage in a unique way. The same year he published this series in a book at Mendo. His work has been published in I-D Nederland, Vogue, Vrij Nederland and NRC among others.

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