Afrofuturism is “creating a different narrative for Africa” say creatives

Lyle Ashton Harris ’s solo exhibition, “Flash of the Spirit,” at Salon 94 , features 12 medium- to large-scale, Fanonian self-portraits. In the images, the artist, in the nude wearing various West African masks, transforms himself into an enigmatic figure in lush landscapes, engaged in a spiritual performance.

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