Michael Armitage Baikoko at the mouth of the Mwachema River, 2016. Oil on Lubugo bark cloth © Michael Armitage. Photo © White Cube (Ben Westoby) “Often dealing with inequalities and prejudices in Kenyan society, his works are also full of East African cultural references, lush vegetation and animal life, painted in a fluid and expressive style. Armitage describes his work “as playing with the perception of a place”, exploring Kenya as his home country and as an ‘exoticised’ place seen from the outside.”

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