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Necropolis-2011 exhibition

‘Jolly coffins’ designed by a Ghana craftsman Eric Adjetey Anang are now on display at the Necropolis-2011 exhibition that is running from October 25-27 at the All-Russian Exhibition Center. For the Ghanaian Funeral Culture, Anang made two coffins for the Museum of World Funeral Culture in Novosibirsk within just three weeks, one shaped as a fish  and another shaped as a bottle.
Tags: All-Russian Exhibition Center, Russia, Moscow
‘Jolly coffins’ designed by a Ghana craftsman Eric Adjetey Anang are now on display at the Necropolis-2011 exhibition that is running from October 25-27 at the All-Russian Exhibition Center. For the Ghanaian Funeral Culture, Anang made two coffins for the Museum of World Funeral Culture in Novosibirsk within just three weeks, one shaped as a fish and another shaped as a bottle.



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