West African power associations are responsible for an array of arts, including masks, sculptures, and performances. The arts of kómó and kónó , two predominantly male institutions, have captured the attention of museum audiences in Europe and the United States. Communities across western West Africa support the two organizations and many others, including several belonging to women.
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