Ibrahim Ahmed (Kuwait, 1984) lives and works in Cairo, Egypt.
Among his recent solo shows: Does Anybody Leave Heaven?, Primary, Nottingham, England (2019); Burn What Needs To Be Burned, z2o Sara Zanin Gallery Rome (2018); Along Those Lines, Gallery Nosco, Marsiglia, Francia (2018); Something I Can Feel, Gallery Nosco / Volta Art Fair, New York, USA (2016); Pressing Fallacies, Townhouse West, Cairo, Egitto (2016); The Beautiful Ones Are Not Yet Born, Artellewa Art Space, Ard El Lewa, Giza, Egitto (2014). Among his recent group shows: Bamako Encounters 12th Edition - African Biennale of Photography, Bamako, Mali (2019); The road map to renaissance, Darb 1718, Cairo, Egypt (2019); The Construction of the possible, 13th Havana Biennial, Havana, Cuba (2019); Récits des Bords de l'Eau, 4ème Biennale Internationale de Casablanca, Casablanca, Morocco (2018); The Red Hour, Biennale de Dakar 13th Edition, Dakar, Senegal (2018); Architecture, Islamic Art Festival, Sharjah Art Museum, Sharjah, Emirati Arabi (2016); ICONIC CITY: CAIRO NOW! CITY INCOMPLETE, Dubai Design District, Dubai, Emirati (2016); Jameco Exchange, No Longer Empty, Queens, USA (2016); Light, Islamic Art Festival, Sharjah Art Museum, Sharjah, Emirati Arabi (2015); On the Inner and Outer Self, Openings Collective, New York, USA (2015); Beyond the Lines, artellewa, Zamalek Egitto (2015).
His works are at the Newark Public Library Special Collection, USA, the Hudson County Community College Foundation Art Collection, USA and the Printmaking Center of New Jersey Collection, USA.