6 Feminist African Artists Changing The Body Of Contemporary Art

February 23, 2015   // 0 Comments

By Priscilla Frank   -Huff Post World Post In 1929, a group of Igbo women gathered in the Nigerian city of Aba to protest the tax policies of the British colonial administration. As their weapons, they used their own naked bodies. This event, for many, marked the beginning of a modern Nigerian women's movement, and the symbol of the unclothed female body as a tool of protest. A Brussels-bas...

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