• Ashy98
Should African art in non-African museums be returned to its country of origin? Why or why not? What would be the challenges of doing this?
Art History
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  • anonymous
In my opinion, African art should remain in non-african museums. Mainly because it helps expand African art culture, awareness, and it's audience. We're able to see something diverse pieces from different kinds of artist of color and culture. As for the challenges, I'm not quite sure. Maybe there would be certain people that would argue that African art is too diverse for certain museums. That's all I can think of on that aspect. You can draw all your own opinions though. :)

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