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Pende Mask

A Pende Mask from RDC. African Tribal Art. With wood patina of use.Ex English collection.

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               History on Film: Slavery & the African Diaspora from a Global Perspective – 3rd Series – Day 2Event Date and time: October 28 | 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM Venue details: Senate House Room: G22/26 (South wing) | University of London, Senate House, Malet St, London WC1E 7HUOrganisers: [...]

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                          AFRICA MY AFRICA – CONNECTING BOUNDARIESEvent Time & Date: 27th October – 3rd December | 2016Venue details : The Gallery of African Art (GAFRA)| 45 Albemarle Street | Londond W1S 4JLOrganiser: The Gallery of African Art (GAFRA) | info@gafraart.com |+44(0)207 287 7400Event website: [...]

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Everything you need to know about the #ArchForArch monument

The project celebrates peace, empathy and the life of Archbishop Desmond Tutu.First unveiled at the 2017 Design Indaba Conference in Cape Town, the Arch for Arch is a collaborative architectural structure conceived of and constructed in commemoration of one of South Africa’s most beloved and revered figures: the Archbishop Desmond Tutu.Commissioned by Design Indaba, and [...]

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Self-taught inventor powers a village in West Africa using hydro energy

“At first, people in the village thought I was crazy,” says Guinean math teacher Ibrahima Tounkara. “But I was sure that I could find a solution to create power in Bolodou.”Bolodou is a village in the West African country of Guinea. He says: “Little by little, I did research on hydroelectric energy. In Bolodou, there [...]

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An Annual Compendium of Black Photography that Was a Revolutionary Act

In 1973, a small band of black artists published the Black Photographers Annual, Volume I, a book that changed the history of photography in America. John Edwin MasonAugust 4, 2017Anthony Barboza, “1st Black Photog. Annual, Left to Right: Beuford Smith, Joe Crawford, Ray Francis” (1973) gelatin silver print; sheet: 8 × 9 5/8 in., image: 4 [...]

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A collection of African tribal arts, which we currently have for sale. Each piece is authentic and unique.

The collection are enriched with pieces acquired by sources in Africa and from private collectors. We guarantee the authenticity of every items.