Kweku Adu-Gyamfi Opoku is a Graphic Designer who studied at Cardiff College of Art in Wales. Kweku worked professionally in graphic design and media for over 20 years. He was a Director of the National Film and Television Institute. He worked as a Creative Director for 15 years in the advertising industry in Ghana and retired in 2012. He is currently a Design and Brand consultant.
He goes back to his easel- working in a variety of mediums with digital, charcoal drawings and acrylics in subtle interpretations of people and other subjects in his work. The artist had presented work which visually reflected his broad background in graphic design, advertising, music and photography but his grasp of history, sociology, philosophy and other subjects definitely seeped through everything on show. The artist himself explained that the exhibition had been titled 'U Can't Hide' because he had been piling up works for several years and felt it was time to bring them out for people to see "It gets to a point where you need to share what you have and what is going on in your head. You really cannot hide knowledge, in whatever form it takes. So this exhibition is my little contribution to what the world has to offer us all"