Ever Gold [Projects] presents ADESA WE, Serge Attukwei Clottey’s third solo exhibition with the gallery. Clottey is a Ghanaian artist who has cultivated an international following while living and working in the country’s capital city, Accra. The exhibition’s title translates to “storytelling home,” referencing the narrative quality of the artist’s work; Clottey weaves together stories of past and present, examining current political, social, and environmental issues alongside his ancestral migration and other family histories. For the exhibition at Ever Gold [Projects], Clottey presents new large-scale mixed media wall works, charcoal drawings, and sculptures in wood and bronze. In his practice, Clottey asserts a deep connection to the traditions of Ghanaian culture while navigating the at times complex relationship to the Western canon and aesthetics. Clottey’s work is often concerned with cultural and material exchange between Africa and the West, and many of his sculptures feature a particular kind of imported plastic which Clottey and his studio remove from circulation and the local waste stream through their work.