TAAH Core Team

Abraham Abia

MANAGING DIRECTOR
 

Boundless by the clock with the mind of a creator on overdrive and a cap full of feathers, his latest addition is what stands out most distinctly.

Widely recognised as one of the leading energy lawyers in Africa, Abia has dedicated his career to the betterment of Africa, his home continent. With his forte explored, he now finds himself exploring a locked desire of being an art entrepreneur.

Abraham Abia grew up amongst art aficionados, who, like many others in Africa, had to refrain from pursuing their artistic dreams and chose alternative paths.

Adamant to make a change, Abraham through TAAH, aims to put on the world stage the creative brilliance that is the making of Africa.

Pratiti Shah

PROJECT MANAGER
 

Pratiti Shah is a curator, art consultant, researcher and now a Project Manager for TAAH. In her last role as curator at Gallery Ark, she has curated diverse shows that range from contemporary miniature paintings to the interface of graphic design, illustration, and painting.

As a consultant, she has overseen numerous public art installations for one of the largest urban development sites - 'Palava' by the Lodha group, in Maharashtra, India.

Pratiti has also worked with the Eka' Resources at The City Palace Museum, under Maharana of Mewar Charitable Trust in Udaipur, India where she helped restore, document, and catalog the silver collection, which was then housed in a dedicated silver gallery.

Pratiti continues to look beyond the borders: from her first curated show with Sri Lankan artist Pala Pothupitiye to now with TAAH.

Kezia Ouomoye Owusu - Ankomah

OPERATIONS ADVISOR | GHANA CONSULTANT
 

Kezia Ouomoye is an Art practitioner and consultant known for her art, writing, mentoring and curatorial skills.

 

 

Her contribution to the field of Fine Art has been as a Guest Curator at Kwame Nkrumah' University of Science and Technology, Kumasi where she also later took on the role of a 'Graduate Assistant' mentoring 120 young artists to develop their artistic voices. In July 2021, she curated an art exhibition titled "Monologue of Voices", which was held in 4 venues and hosted 16 artists; a solo show titled Hulu Shinyo at the National Museum Accra, Ghana, (November, 2022); ObaakofonsaII, a solo show at the National Theatre Accra, Ghana (December,2022); The Comeback a group exhibition at Tse Addo Accra, Ghana (November,2022); The Making Of Becoming an online group exhibition (March 2023); and The Aperture Of Fate and Fortune, a solo show at City Galleria, Accra, Ghana (April, 2023)

 

She is also a Ph.D. candidate and the Department of Painting and Sculpture and now TAAH's Operations Advisor.

 

TAAH Ambassadors

"Art is an international language, understood by all", yet sometimes these voices remain unheard, and this becomes the purpose of the TAAH Ambassadors to bring the connoisseur to the table.

 

Our TAAH Ambassador program helps us seek better artists in every region of the African continent and enthusiasts across the globe. Our select individuals, known as the TAAH Ambassadors, represent us in their respective countries and aid artists to collaborate with us with ease. If you're interested in collaborating with TAAH as an Ambassador, we encourage you to reach out to us here.

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