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Moussa Tine (b. 1953, Senegal) Altitude from the Elevations series, 2001 Scrap metal, pigment 100.5 x 82 cm X2007.12.3; Fowler Museum at UCLA, Gift of Doran H. Ross By Marla C. Berns This sculptural “painting” by the contemporary Senegalese artist Moussa Tine (b. 1953) was featured in the Fowler’s 2003 acclaimed...

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