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Who are we?

Royalafrican Art Foundation is a non-profit organization, based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It was founded in 2008 to facilitate Visual African Art exchange between Africa and the rest of the world.

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What We Do

Royalafrican Art Foundation organizes events in Africa to engage international artists with African Artists and Art lovers all across the continent. The events include: Art Exhibitions, Work shops, Artist residencies. The first inaugural Art exhibition and workshops  took place in October 2009 at The Uganda National Museum and was titled “Dutch Masters Today”

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New Museum for Looted Art Nigeria

New Museum for Looted Art Nigeria

Nigeria intends to build a new museum over the next four years that could exhibit looted Benin bronzes currently displayed in European and American museums, officials said Friday. Many Benin bronzes -- a group of more than a thousand prized metal plaques and sculptures looted in 1897 by British troops from the royal palace of...
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Giggs Kgole

In these African Artists We Invest

Contemporary African art has long been a topic of contention. For a time, there was even a heated debate around the very existence of contemporary art in Africa. Nevertheless, artists hailing from the continent have continued to create despite conditions of invisibility and marginalization. Now more than ever, interest in contemporary African art is picking...
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Happy Birthday Esther Mahlangu

Happy Birthday Esther Mahlangu

Dr Esther Mahlangu has had a Rolls-Royce named after her, exhibited in museums around the world, collaborated with Nelson Mandela and John Legend, and the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Alicia Keys, Will Smith, Usher, Black Coffee and Trevor Noah all own her work. Many of these celebrities continue to make pilgrimages to her Mpumalanga homestead...
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