Madagascar’s history did not begin
in 1500, the year the Portuguese fi rst arrived there.
The island’s name had been on world maps since
1459 and several centuries before that Arab and...
In celebration of its 250 years of existence, the Royal Academy of Arts is presenting a major and ambitious exhibition of Oceanic art, a first for the United Kingdom, which will include material from...
The heart of London’s elegant Mayfair neighborhood this autumn will once again be animated by art. From October 1–7, 2018, The Pavilion installed at Berkeley Square will host PAD London,...
Fewer galleries with specialties in the arts of Africa, Oceania, Asia, and the Americas will be
showing at the seventh annual Frieze Masters than in previous years. From October 4–7, 2018, only...
On September 27, 2018, the city of Barcelona
will add a new African art gallery to its vibrant
arts scene, and it will be one with public hours and
street frontage. The person behind this project is...
BRUSSELS—Lempertz auction house has announced
that it will hold a sale on October 24,
2018, of nearly 200 lots of African and Oceanic
material from a single collection. The sale is titled
Sotheby’s is sure to be much talked about this fall. In addition to its customary sales in November in New York and in December in Paris, the department of African and Oceanic art in Paris
The remarkable painted pottery
bowls from the prehistoric Mimbres culture of
the American Southwest have been a familiar
and compelling sight in books, museums, and
private collections since they...
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