Patrons view an installation titled Zero Hour by artist Hank Willis Thomas on display during the fourth annual Art of Transformation Exhibit in Opa-locka in 2015. Planners of a new museum featuring contemporary art of the African Diaspora hope to feature artists like Thomas and others in a facility in Northwest Miami-Dade.
Patrons view an installation titled Zero Hour by artist Hank Willis Thomas on display during the fourth annual Art of Transformation Exhibit in Opa-locka in 2015. Planners of a new museum featuring contemporary art of the African Diaspora hope to feature artists like Thomas and others in a facility in Northwest Miami-Dade. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
Patrons view an installation titled Zero Hour by artist Hank Willis Thomas on display during the fourth annual Art of Transformation Exhibit in Opa-locka in 2015. Planners of a new museum featuring contemporary art of the African Diaspora hope to feature artists like Thomas and others in a facility in Northwest Miami-Dade. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

A new museum of contemporary African art could be coming to Miami

January 11, 2017 07:00 AM

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