Ibi Ibrahim is a Yemeni American visual artist, writer, filmmaker and musician. His work is often inspired by his immediate surroundings, with an artistic practice that has steadily evolved to reflect his personal experiences and life stages over the past decade. His early work touches upon issues of sexuality, gender and tradition across the Middle East, including in his native Yemen.  As the war erupted in Yemen and  the Trump administration instituted the travel ban, Ibrahim's practice evolved and placed the notion of home into question.
His work is part of a number of public collections including Colorado College, Barjeel Art Foundation and Durham University Museum. He has been part of numerous art residencies including the Arab American National Museum (Dearborn), Soma Art Space (Berlin), Beirut Art Residency (Beirut), Cites Internationale des Arts (Paris) and others.

13.09. - 16.10.2021  
wed. - sat. 4 - 8 p.m.

SOMA 700

︎︎︎Memories of the Future

SOMA Art Space Berlin, Monumentenstraße 24, 10965 Berlin
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