Tiga African Art

Transforming People and Places

Tiga African Art is an independent art consultancy with new ideas and a fresh approach to the promotion and development of art. We pride ourselves on being able to execute the vision of our clients while bringing together a unique and appropriate art collection that will suit the requirements of art lovers, collectors and critics alike.

Our initial task at TIGA is to secure career progress and exposure for working Ghanaian Contemporary artists while serving as advocates for those artists with whom we have built solid, personal and professional relationships. Working from a constantly expanding database of artists, dealers, art connoisseurs and different sources, we execute projects with creative approaches while ensuring quality results.

We welcome challenges and appreciate the uniqueness of every project and strive for optimum satisfaction for our clients.

Artist: Augustine Gokah

Our Gallery

Tiga Art Gallery was established in 2011 within the Premier point building in Labone, but can now be found in Spintex, suburb of Accra.

It presents an absorbing ambience and the display is lavishly elegant and refined. Some of Ghana’s topmost artists show in this space. These include Ben Offei- Nyarko, Wisdom Kudowor, Gabriel Eklou, Nicholas Kowalski, Larry Otoo and Seth Clottey.

The gallery is opened by appointment from Monday to Sunday.

Director’s Profile

Lily Sefa-Boakye

Trained at Goldsmiths, University of London and College of Art, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (Kumasi – Ghana), Sefa-Boakye has been involved in the Art Education and Management of Artists ever since she graduated with a PGCE in Art education and a BA in Art (Sculpture) respectively. She has curated a number of exhibitions among them “Pioneers of Contemporary Ghanaian Art” and “Homecoming, Ghanaian Expatriate Artists Exhibition” both sponsored by The Ford Foundation. She has organized seminars and workshops for diverse artists while managing wall spaces in several private and public buildings including the Kotoka International Airport in Accra.