An Opera of the World (preview screening)
by Manthia Diawara

APR
8
7–8:10 pm
EMST—National Museum of Contemporary Art, Kallirrois and Amvrosiou Frantzi, Athens
APR
9
5–6:10 pm
EMST—National Museum of Contemporary Art, Kallirrois and Amvrosiou Frantzi, Athens

Bintu Were, A Sahel Opera, staged in Bamako in 2008, beckons meditations on contemporary migration by Fatou Diome, Alexander Kluge, Nicole Lapierre, Richard Sennett, and Diawara himself.

In English with English subtitles.

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