Kerr Gallery (Milwaukee) showed African art and design as part of Design Miami 2019's Curio section. Their booth was titled, Africa: Traditions-Art-Design and was curated by Reynold C. Kerr.
This piece is Fang Bellows from Gabon in West Africa. It is wood, metal, hide and natural pigments. It is, like many traditional pieces from West Africa, utilitarian.
The Fang live, not only in Gabon but Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon and are known for producing art in wood, iron and soapstone. The art often reflects their traditional religion, Bieri, which concerns itself not only with the living but with ancestors.
The University of Iowa website has more information on the Fang people and their art. Fang pieces are included in many, if not most, collections of African art.