is a British-Ghanaian curator, critic, and art historian based in London and Paris. His activities encompass exhibition programming, publishing, and cultural strategy in the field of visual arts. He has developed projects focused on transnational histories of art, collaborating with museums, galleries and private collections internationally. In 2017 he curated the 10th edition of Satellites, an exhibition co-commissioned by Jeu de Paume and CAPC: Centre for Contemporary Art, Bordeaux. He has also worked on the development of a number of projects focusing on African art, including Pangaea II: New Art from Africa and Latin America (Saatchi Gallery, 2015) and 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair (2013–14). He holds a Masters in History of Art from University College London, where he earned a distinction for his dissertation on surrealism and African sculpture. Bonsu is a contributing editor at frieze magazine.