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Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Fortress of the Mind :: Fortress of Slavery

From 16 May – 5 July 2020
 Gallery 1957 
Accra, Ghana 
will present

The Past is Never Dead”

 a solo exhibition by Langlands & Bell that explore 
the architecture of the ‘Slave Forts’ built on the coast 
of Ghana by European slave traders following the construction
of Elmina Castle by the Portuguese in 1482.
Langlands are working with local artisans to produce
 many of the art works for the exhibition.

HUMANISTIC -------------------------------------------------- MECHANISTIC

My source:
Christopher Turner (in Accra), 'The dungeons are decorated with wreaths left by slaves' descendants', Letters. Apollo, November 2019. Vol CXC No. 680. pp.33-34.