‘A fascinating insight into the marvels of African art: masks, drums, and other artefacts, mostly from Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Mali, Congo and the Kingdom of Cameroon, where royal workshops are distinguished by their innovative beadwork.
‘Often looked on in the West as ‘primitive’, this exhibition will prove the opposite. The design, the endlessly varied interpretations of human (and animal) heads – these imaginative works provided inspiration to the great European artists, stimulating the emergence of Cubism.’The Hidden Lane Gallery, 1079 Argyle Street, G3 8LZ
Saturday 18 June until Saturday 25 June, 2016
Part of West End Festival 2016