Congolese artist displays chocolate sculptures in New York

A groundbreaking art exhibition in New York City is combining three very unlikely things - sculptures, Congolese villagers and chocolate.

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    A groundbreaking art exhibition in New York City is combining three very unlikely things - sculptures, Congolese villagers and chocolate.

    The show featuring artworks by Matthieu Kasiama, from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), is meant to bring awareness of a colonial past through the use of intricate art.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from New York.


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