'Comics' Exhibit Gathers a Africa's Cartoonists "Africa Comics" is a new exhibition featuring the comic art of more than 30 African cartoonists from across the continent and Europe. The show runs through the spring at the Studio Museum in Harlem.
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'Comics' Exhibit Gathers a Africa's Cartoonists

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'Comics' Exhibit Gathers a Africa's Cartoonists

'Comics' Exhibit Gathers a Africa's Cartoonists

'Comics' Exhibit Gathers a Africa's Cartoonists

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"Africa Comics" is a new exhibition featuring the comic art of more than 30 African cartoonists from across the continent, and Europe. Thelma Golden, who co-curated the exhibition, speaks with Farai Chideya about the show, which continues through the spring at the Studio Museum in Harlem.