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African Reflections Art from Northeastern ZaireNortheasternNotRetrouvez. A book on the art from Northeastern Congo DRC Za re but essentially focused on the Mangbetu ethnic group This was surely the most powerful prolific and accessible one but the artistic production of other ethnic sub groups is also of great interest like the M Bole Metoko etc Subsidiary uestion Are they also considered as making part of the Northeastern side of the country This book is in any way very attractive and interesting This is not only a set of nice photographs of masterpieces of which some are systematically incorporated in books on African art Issues on History traditions inter tribe relationships believes are also addressed in the bookI warmly recommend the book to those interested in African art in DRC with a special focus on the Mangbetu ethnic group