Anthropology museum exhibits "hidden mask’’

  • Museu de Antropologia
 Luanda - The Museum of Anthropology, in partnership with the Belgian Embassy, is since Tuesday displaying a photography exhibition entitled "Hidden Mask", by the Belgian photographer Kristof Degrauwe.

Hidden Mask is an exhibition of 30 photographs taken between 1999 and 2000 in Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo. Forgotten and hidden in the storeroom of the city's Ethnographic Museum, these masks were found by photographer Kristof Degrauwe.

The show also brings together works by Angolan artists and masks about Angola.

The exhibition is a production of the Belgian Embassy in Luanda, in partnership with the National Museum of Anthropology.

Speaking to ANGOP, the exhibition curator, Kristof Degrauwe, said there will be 30 photos of hidden masks from Congo, Angola and Nigeria.

 

Hidden Mask is an exhibition of 30 photographs taken between 1999 and 2000 in Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo. Forgotten and hidden in the storeroom of the city's Ethnographic Museum, these masks were found by photographer Kristof Degrauwe.

The show also brings together works by Angolan artists and masks about Angola.

The exhibition is a production of the Belgian Embassy in Luanda, in partnership with the National Museum of Anthropology.

Speaking to ANGOP, the exhibition curator, Kristof Degrauwe, said there will be 30 photos of hidden masks from Congo, Angola and Nigeria.