Africa’s largest gallery for contemporary art from the continent has opened in Cape Town, South Africa.
An abandoned grain silo on the waterfront has been converted by a British architect Thomas Heatherwick into a maze of rooms with gently protruding windows.
A giant flying dragon made from rubber greets visitors as they enter.
Much of the work on display comes from the collection of the museum’s patron, Jochen Zeitz, who is German.
Entrance to the gallery will be free for African passport holders at certain times of the week.