“Tomorrow, there will be more of us” Stellenbosch Triennale

Exhibition from 11 February 2020 – 30 April 2020

The Stellenbosch Triennale aims to make Stellenbosch the primary destination of multi-disciplinary art in Africa by tapping into the creative impetus that is reverberating across the continent.

In this framework, Leridon Collection has offered its first artistic grant to the artist Tracy Naa Koshie Thompson. The artist had been financially helped and has benefited from professionals to help her create an original artwork for the Curator’s exhibition at Stellenbosch Triennale 2020.

Gervanne and Matthias Leridon with Tracy Naa Koshie Thompson
at Stellenbosch Triennale 11, 2020 ©Elodie Gregoire

Tracy Naa Koshie Thompson is a twenty-three-year-old Ghanaian artist whose practice revolves around an interest in the material and industrial processes (seen in her recent works with synthetic plastics) as well as nature.

Tracy Naa Koshie Thompson graduated from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) where she obtained first-class honors in Fine Art from the Department of Painting and Sculpture in Kumasi. 

Gervanne and Matthias Leridon with Tracy Naa Koshie Thompson
at Stellenbosch Triennale 11, 2020 ©Elodie Gregoire