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Senior Fellow and Board Member Claude Grunitzky publishes article on Togo's Palais de Lomé



“Art museums can be some of the most conservative institutions on earth. Many people find them boring, because they tend to focus on the past, on histories that mean little to young people. In today’s digital age where many of the rules of artistic creation are being rewritten at an accelerated pace, who needs another museum focused on heritage when we should be looking at the future?,” writes Senior Fellow Claude Grunitzky in an article entitled “Why this new museum is putting Togo on the map” published yesterday in TRUE Africa. Exploring the parallels to other places and to Togo’s own history, Claude explores the role of the Palais de Lomé and why it is a big deal for Togo. Read the full piece here