Kofi Setordji (b. 1957, Accra, Ghana) is arguably one of the most outstanding contemporary Ghanaian artists of this generation. With an abundance of expressions as varied as his eclectic style, Setordji has worked literally in every conceivable medium, genre and style. His practice spans from sculpture, to sign-writing, painting, installation, woodcuts, lithographs and to his vintage, humane Black and White photography that captures the vanishing monumental colonial architectural skyline of Accra. He is a Founding Member and an Associate Director at the Nubuke Foundation for Contemporary Art and Culture in Accra, Ghana. In addition, Setordji runs Arthaus, an artist-in-residency program as well as actively mentors creative practitioners in Ghana.