#377 - from 26 February 2015 to 4 March 2015
ROME – He was a painter, a total painter, who throughout his life tried to stay away from the upheavals in the world by staying in his little workshop in Bologna. He did not always succeed: he was put in jail briefly in May 1943, suspected of being an active member of the Resistance, and after the war he was constantly invited to join jurys and other mundane [Read]
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With Pangaea II, dedicated to new art from Africa and Latin America, the Saatchi Gallery celebrates its 30th birthday.
Ibrahim Mahama, Untitled, 2013, draped jute sacks wall installation, dimensions variable. Courtesy The Saatchi Gallery, London.
Ibrahim Mahama is a young artist from Ghana, born in 1987, who has not yet exhibited outside of Kumasi and Accra in his native country.