Kimanthi Donkor hosted by Andrea Medjesi-Jones.
Date: 12 February 2013
Kimathi Donkor is a painter, photographer and video artist. Born in Bournemouth, England in 1965 and with a diverse family heritage that includes Jamaica, England, Zambia, Poland and Ghana, painter Kimathi Donkor lives and works in London. He was educated at Goldsmiths where he received his BA and Camberwell, where he attained his MA, both in Fine Art. He also holds a PGCE in Art and Design and has been engaged in a number of research and art education projects with both UAL and Tate Britain.
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