LOT 31
Ibi Ibrahim
Habibi Tala | Darling Come, 2013
Triptych Photography | digital pigment print on hahnemühle photo rag fine art paper (each 40 x 60cm)
40 x 180 cm

40 x 60 (each)

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Estimate: $3,100 - $3,500
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About This Artwork

Edition 2/5 + 1AP Ibi Ibrahim's first color photographs attempt was in 2012 when he introduced his first photographs from the Sitara series. A traditional colorful fabric once worn by women in Yemen before the importation of the black Abbaya. "The Sitara evokes the image of the free Yemeni woman of the past – the ‘forgotten queen’ – contrasting the current status of women as sinful objects that must be covered in black." - Ibi Ibrahim

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  • About Ibi Ibrahim

    Ibi Ibrahim (b.1987) is a visual artist, filmmaker, musician and cultural practitioner from Yemen. Ibrahim is the founder of Romooz Foundation; an independent, non-profit foundation dedicated to support emerging Art and Literature in Yemen. In late 2019, Ibrahim co-founded ARSHEEF; a contemporary art gallery based in Sana’a  dedicated to emerging talent. His projects have received numerous art awards including the Institut Français  Artist-in-Residence, the Arab Funds for Arts and Culture, Prince Claus Fund, British Council, Art Jameel, RedBull Middle East, Culture Resources and others. 

    LOT 31
    Ibi Ibrahim
    Habibi Tala | Darling Come

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    LOT 31

    Ibi Ibrahim

    Habibi Tala | Darling Come


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