Ibrahim Mahama - VOLI-NI
|Author||I. Mahama; E. Brioschi eds.|
A visual diary of Ibrahim Mahama's impressive work in his native Tamale in Ghana, a community-based project founded on the understanding of art as totalizing, reparatory experience: a catalyzer of energies directed for change and social progress. This volume, published to accompany Mahama's inaugural exhibition at Eataly Art House, in Verona, features texts by the curator Eva Brioschi, Mahama's professor and mentor karî'kachä seid'ou with Selom Kudjie, and Mahama himself with Bernard Akoi-Jackson.
|272 p, ills colour & bw, 21 x 29 cm, pb, Italian/English|