DEADLY PREY at The Slow Canggu | 13th March Opening | The Slow Batubulong

As a part of their ongoing friendship with Sydney’s China Heights Gallery The Slow is welcoming an exhibition from Deadly Prey this month. Showcasing the skills of Ghana creatives, the exhibition consists of a gaggle of hand-painted movie posters from fourteen different artists exploring cinema genres like horror, action, martial arts, and even west Africa’s own Nollywood. For those not in the know, Ghanaian movie posters with all their gruesome and somewhat gaudy paintings of Hollywood hits are now all the rage.

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