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An important aspect of Museum work is publishing, which is based on the regular publication of exhibition catalogues, monographs, texts and articles by African Studies experts and professionals, as well as the "AFRIKA: Studies in Art and Culture...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Andre Nikolica 14 | Topcidersko Brdo, Senjak, Belgrade, Serbia
There's a lot to see, though it looks a bit small. From the tribes stories with masks, instruments, photos, tools to the audio for some more information. The outside of museum looks great - all in African art - tiles, facade, colors. Recommend!
There is a lot of stuff that represent tribes in Africa, interesting, i have to say. its not big but collection is pretty much decent. From costumes to mask, over pattern and animals. You got big like from me 👍🏼
The display is mediocre, mostly focusing on tribes from Mali and Ivory Coast and their masks and musical instruments. Explanations are scarce and rare. The area is very small and the visit is done in well less than an hour. Gift shop can hardly be...More
I visited the Museum of African Art by accident, since it happened to be the venue for a diplomatic event, Africa Day 2015 hosted by the African ambassadors (including North Africa) accredited to the Republic of Serbia. I wandered through the museum, and I was...More