New release in December 2020:
The new book Ataa Oko Addo edited by Regula Tschumi has just been released and can be ordered at Edition Clandestin in Switzerland.
The carpenter and artist Ataa Oko Addo (1919-2012) from Ghana was a pioneer in creating figurative coffins. He began his graphic work at over 80 years old after meeting in 2002 the Swiss ethnologist Regula Tschumi. Until his death, Oko made many unique graphical drawings that give us an insight into the Ghanaian culture and the spiritual world of the artist.
The book contains texts by Sarah Lombardi, Regula Tschumi, Lucienne Peiry and Atta Kwami
It is a hardcover, 256 pages, 21.5 x 28 cm, ill. 4-colored u. b/w
ISBN 978-3-907262-04-7 (German).
The English and the French translations will be published in spring 2021.