Vues d'Afrique Celebrates its 30th Anniversary: Entre spiritualité et plasticité


By Amel Ferhat, art historian
African art goes back as far as that of Europe. It portrays the world in a way that is often misunderstood in the West, which considers only its spiritual dimension and plastic qualities. But African art has fascinated Europeans since the fifteenth century. At times admired, at others rejected, this art can still disconcert the uninitiated. To further your understanding and appreciation of African art, we invite you to take a look at it from aesthetic, historical and anthropological points of view.

2.30 p.m. - In French

Free admission


Language(s) : French

Location :
Maxwell-Cummings Auditorium

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