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Faustin Linyekula at the Tate and diving into the British Museum’s Museum of the World

Museum of the World,

As exhibition-going continues to be virtual, we can do some homework. The British Museum’s Museum of the World project is utterly pleasurable, as you move from object to object down a timeline reaching back 11,000 years. You can click through to detailed captions, maps and audio explanations—whether about the Bronze Age Mold gold cape found in North Wales in 1833, or the Ghanaian Eagle-shaped…

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