Seventy-two artists are doing their share for Madagascar. They have produced, using doors and shutters selected by the Zafimaniry people of the country’s highlands, 72 works that invite the viewer to take a second glance at Zafimaniry culture and contemporary art. All profits from the sale will go towards helping impoverished people living on less than one US dollar per day. The villagers of Antoetra, a source of Zafimaniry craftsmanship, will have access to water, healthcare, education and decent housing.
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