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Ahmed Baba relates to Ndoye’s experiences in Timbuktu and his participation in the 2013 workshop organized in the aftermath of—and in response to—the destruction of cultural heritage.
In style, the Dejì’s robe is an example of the type of large, loose-fitting gowns worn by elite men as prestige attire across western Africa.
This wrapper by Guancho Diarra is a classic example of a long-standing Malian textile tradition.
These decorated aprons were gifts from the groom’s family to his wife, and signified her new role in society.
A commentary on an endangered way of life.
The Pueblo Modernism of Velino Shije Herrera.
From quills to beads: the bandolier bag
How can we begin to correct the lies of history? Artist Kenseth Armstead suggests a poetic solution.
An interpretation of the city's colossal skyscrapers
Nigerian independence inspired artists to develop a new national and artistic identity based on “natural synthesis.”