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Africa: a treasure trove of arts or a cultural prop?

African art is taking center stage in a big way. The merging of black culture and art across the glob
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Africa: a treasure trove of arts or a cultural prop?
By The Afropole • Issue #81 • View online
African art is taking center stage in a big way. The merging of black culture and art across the globe is long overdue and perhaps a significant bridge to close the divide of what should have been a singular unit. But the conversation begs many questions. More importantly, will this new visibility give an opportunity for an understanding of who we are, or a prop for the times?
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