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On view at the Art Gallery through January 8: the first exhibition devoted to Nigerian artist Moshood Olúṣọmọ Bámigbóyè and his workshop. Bámigbóyè (ca. 1885–1975) was known for his elaborately carved wooden masks, created for Yorùbá ceremonies called Ẹpa.

Filed under Art Gallery, African art, Moshood Olúṣọmọ Bámigbóyè
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