Can art redress economic inequality?

THE ART NEWSPAPER | Victoria Stapley-Brown:

A new museum due to open on 21 April in the Congolese forest aims to “repatriate” the white cube space. Built on a former palm oil plantation of the English-Dutch company Unilever, a major sponsor of museums in the UK and the Netherlands, the White Cube is part of the Lusanga International Research Centre for Art and Economic Inequality in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Designed pro-bono by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), it is the Dutch firm’s first museum in Africa… Read more

Image: A rendering of the White Cube in Lusanga (Image: © OMA)

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