White Cube presents the first solo UK exhibition by Ibrahim Mahama.
One of the most prominent artists to emerge from Ghana in recent years, Mahama is known for large-scale installations incorporating jute sacks, previously used to transport cocoa beans and charcoal, which are stitched together and draped over architectural structures.
His work has recently been exhibited at the Tel Aviv Art Museum and in 'All the World's Futures', the 56th Venice Biennale.
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