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Fri November 5, 2010
Europeans Viewed "Through African Eyes" at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
For more than 500 years, African cultures have responded to European contact with a range of emotions - from admiration to resentment.
Kansas City, MO – An exhibition at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, "Through African Eyes," tells the story from the African point of view, through more than 90 artworks: bronze sculptures, photographs, wooden masks, paintings, and other objects made of ivory, metal and textiles. KCUR's Laura Spencer reports.
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