A White Step in a Black Direction: Inertia, Breakthrough, and Change in South African Museums
Fort Amiel sits above the small coal mining and factory town of Newcastle. It is a venerable, late nineteenth-century garrison, positioned strategically atop a windy knoll. Expansive views of the KwaZulu-Natal countryside unfold beneath it.
KeywordsBlack People Black Artist Museum Exhibition General Affair Transvaal Museum
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