Some Views of Africa is a show devoted to artists from various African countries: South Africa, Cameroon, Ghana, and Ruanda. From their works emerges a variegated continent, one that is undergoing a vigorous transformation. A continent that is experiencing a development in which innovation and tradition live together and, unexpectedly, are grafted on to each other to give access to a continuous reinvention of ways of experiencing and understanding society, to relating with others and what is yet to come
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