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Dakar celebrates start of long-awaited African art biennale

By Reuters
24 May 2022   |   10:55 am
As the international art world flocks to Dakar for its much-anticipated Biennale, Senegalese artist Fally Sene Sow just has to look out the window to find inspiration in the colourful and chaotic market street outside his studio in the capital.

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