This handprint, titled “The Right Hand of Africa,’’ is part of “Mandela’s Legacy,’’ a collection of artworks credited to the anti-Apartheid revolutionary and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Nelson Mandela, who died in 2013. A Florida artist has questioned the authenticity of the works, which are on exhibit in the Ansin Family Gallery at the Miramar Cultural Center through February.
This handprint, titled “The Right Hand of Africa,’’ is part of “Mandela’s Legacy,’’ a collection of artworks credited to the anti-Apartheid revolutionary and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Nelson Mandela, who died in 2013. A Florida artist has questioned the authenticity of the works, which are on exhibit in the Ansin Family Gallery at the Miramar Cultural Center through February. The Ansin Family Gallery at the Miramar Cultural Center
This handprint, titled “The Right Hand of Africa,’’ is part of “Mandela’s Legacy,’’ a collection of artworks credited to the anti-Apartheid revolutionary and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Nelson Mandela, who died in 2013. A Florida artist has questioned the authenticity of the works, which are on exhibit in the Ansin Family Gallery at the Miramar Cultural Center through February. The Ansin Family Gallery at the Miramar Cultural Center

Mandela’s legacy of art stirs debate

February 13, 2015 10:03 AM

UPDATED February 13, 2015 10:08 AM

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