Approaching its final week on view at the Castello Sforzesco in Milan is Mal D'Africa - La construzione di una collezione, an exhibition showcasing the tribal art collection of the late Alessandro Passarè. The collection comprises some 400 works from Africa, Oceania, and the pre-Columbian Americas, as well as thousands of slides and a range of manuscripts and travel diaries. Most of the objects on display in the installation are sourced from private collections and have never before been publicly exhibited.
Visit the exhibition's official website.
Images courtesy of the Castello Sforzesco Museum, Milan