A London-based African crafts shop will open in London in the coming months.
The shop in Notting Hill is named after the famous African painter, Louis B. Bambangida, who designed and created the shop in the 1920s.
He was also the owner of the African theatre, the “African Museum”.
Mr Bambange is a well-known artist in Africa.
His “African art” was the subject of the film, ‘Black Skin, White Masks’ in 2000.
His shop in London will be named after Louis Bambango, a well known artist in African art.
The opening ceremony will be held on Monday, March 23.
The African Crafts store, at 7-8 Queen Street, is set to open in February.