Anne Wetsi Mpoma: 'African culture is still seen as a primitive subculture'

Bekijk ook de afspeellijst: BRUZZ International: zondag 27 september 2020

Anne Wetsi Mpoma was born in Brussels, but her family is originally from Congo. She is an art historian and opened a gallery called Wetsi. After spending some time in New York after her studies, she decided to create a black art market in Belgium to give more visibility to African artists. She believes that African art is still seen as something primitive.

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