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Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama standing in front of a section of his current installation at the Chale Wrote Street Art Festival in Accra.  [August 2014 – Photo by Nana Kofi Acquah]

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Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama standing in front of a section of his current installation at the Chale Wrote Street Art Festival in Accra.  [August 2014 – Photo by Nana Kofi Acquah]

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A fan in front of an installation Ibrahim Mahama, the young Ghanaian artist creating radical public artworks from an everyday material - old jute cloth sacks. Many of these bags were initially used to transport cocoa. They are covered in markings that tell the story of what they once contained and where they’ve been. Chale Wote festival, Accra, Ghana – August 2014.

afrikani:

A fan in front of an installation Ibrahim Mahama, the young Ghanaian artist creating radical public artworks from an everyday material - old jute cloth sacks. Many of these bags were initially used to transport cocoa. They are covered in markings that tell the story of what they once contained and where they’ve been. Chale Wote festival, Accra, Ghana – August 2014.