Amartey Golding is a visual artist living and working in Brighton. Golding has had solo exhibitions in Dubai, Germany, Denmark and the UK. He was the first artist to take part in Tashkeels artist in residence programme in Dubai by Sheikha Lateefa bint Maktoum. His practice explores the portrayal of black masculinity in the media and homophobia within black British Communities through sculpture, film and 2D work.
Goldings work has been inspired the group show ‘Over my Black Body’ curated by Eunice Bélidor and Anaïs Castro at UQAM, Montréal in May 2019. His 2016 film Chainmail was lauded as “The must-see piece of this year’s London Art Fair” by The Art Newspaper.