Harold Offeh is an artist, who works in a variety of media, including video and performance, who was born in Accra, Ghana, in 1977. He studied for his MA (RCA) in Fine Art Photography at the Royal College of Art, 2001; and BA in Fine Art Practice at the University of Brighton, 1999. Offeh was awarded the DebiBEL Artists Award, 2006; and an Arts Council England, Grants for Individuals, 2003.
Solo exhibitions include: 'Being Mammy', Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden, 2008; 'Peripheral Visions', Cork Film Centre, Cork, Ireland, 2005; 'Haroldinho', Gimpel Fils, London, UK, 2005. Group shows include: 'Recent Appointments', Leeds Met Gallery, Leeds, UK, 2009; 'At Your Service', David Roberts Art Foundation, London, UK, 2009; 'Seriously...?', The Apthorp Gallery at Artsdepot, London UK, 2009; and 'Grin and Bear it: Cruel Humour in Art and Life', Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland, 2009.
Offeh lives and works in London.