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May 16, 2010
A man poses as Angelo Soliman in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa"...
Vienna, Austria
A man poses in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa" in Vienna
A man poses as Angelo Soliman in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa" at the Museum of Ethnology in Vienna May 16, 2010. African born Soliman was a famous valet in Vienna, and after his death in 1796 his skin was dissected and exhibited in a museum. With "Exhibit A", author, director and designer Bailey explores the complexities of post-colonial Africa and puts real people on display in the Vienna Museum of Ethnology to question both our historical and current view of the ?hopeless continent?. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION PROFILE OBITUARY)
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