Friday, October 18, 2013
A man looks at "Exit Ball", by Benin artist Romuald Hazoume, made from plastic and metal, which features in the "1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair" at Somerset House in London, Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013. African tribal art has long been treasured by wealthy Western collectors, but increasingly the continent's contemporary art scene is the one making its presence felt at museums, auction houses and art fairs. London now has four galleries focused on African contemporary art, three of them opening in the past three years.
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