Stephen Abban Junior is a native of Enyan-main in Mankessim, a village in central Region, Ghana. The formalism of Stephen Abban Junior’s oeuvre is comprised characterized by vibrant watercolour-like washes using acrylic in his paintings, Abban uses the human body (depicted in varied postures and spaces) metaphorically, as a way to address the pertinent historical narratives that are reticent in contemporary history.
Abban offered visual Art at Winneba Senior high school, from there, he advanced to read Commercial Art at the Takoradi Technical University where graduated with a Higher National Diploma in painting and also went on an International exchange program in Europe-Hungary to study visual representation ( Fine Art ) at Eszterhazy Karoly University in Eger-Hungary but currently reading a degree in studio practice.
Exchange program in Eszterhazy Karoly University, Eger, Hungary.
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