But at what expense? According to the author, “this is good for the artists, but the rest of Africa will lose out”. With this comment, Profesor Okeke-Agulu reminds us that without strong public cultural institutions, without strong government support and museums to show the art, it is harder for Artists to thrive. And Africa mostly lack all of this. “That’s because whole countries in Africa cannot boast a single at museum of any renown” according to the author. Most children in Africa will never see the work of the Ghanian Artist Al Anatsui. They will have to go to Paris, London or New York for that. Let’s not forget how lucky we are, and how lucky our children are, to have access to so many wonderful Art Institutions.