African artists shine in London's African art fair

African artists have long been considered outsiders.

    African artists have long been considered outsiders.

    But their work is among the most talked about in the art world.

    A London art fair is drawing in collectors who are attracted by an untapped market where investment in the right pieces can see a 10-fold increase in their future value.

    Al Jazeera's Charlie Angela reports from London.


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