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Pusack Tribal Art
David Pusack is a collector/dealer of Indonesian tribal art based in Hong Kong. He has been collecting since the early 1990's and dealing since 1999. His primary focus areas are Dayak, Toraja and Batak but he also collects exceptional objects from other Austronesian cultures from time to time. Pusack Tribal Art specializes in anthropomorphic wood sculpture, weaponry, and masks. David's core expertise is in the art of the Iban and Kenyah-Kayan tribes of Sarawak, West Kalimantan sculpture, Dayak shields and swords, and Toraja tau-tau figures. He is known to seek out anthropomorphic art with potency and strong facial expression and has placed fine objects in important private and public collections around the world.
Lucas Ratton gallery specializes in African ritual works of art. Whether it be sculptures from West Africa, such as large Tyiwara crests from the Bambara people in Mali, "classic" Fang or Punu art from Gabon, the magic figures or with prophylactic virtues from the Teke, Luba, or Kusu of Congo, objects are always selected according strict criteria. Lucas Ratton is part of a family tradition of gallery specialized in the arts of Africa, a tradition of taste for objects in which the eye of the dealer takes a prominent part.
Philippe Ratton is very well known in the field of Primitive Arts for his eye and precision. Two pieces of his collection are currently exhibited in the Louvre Museum, others have been purchased by the Dapper Foundation. Philippe Ratton is born the 26th of August 1949, his father Maurice Ratton, a Primitive Arts renowned dealer, settled rue de Grenelle in Paris. Philippe’s uncle, Charles Ratton, worldwide famous expert, was one of the very first specialists of what they called back then “Art nègre”. At the age of 21, his youth and desire to get a field experience pushed him to make a long journey in Zaïre. In 1973, after his father’s death, he took over the 28 rue de Grenelle gallery in Paris and in less than ten years, made himself a name. In 1990, he began a partnership with Daniel Hourdé and opened the Ratton-Hourdé gallery on rue des Beaux-Arts, which presented for several years significant thematic exhibitions. Since 2011, Philippe Ratton handles on his own the rue Bonaparte gallery and keeps on organizing an exhibition once a year.
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David F. Rosenthal
Since 1987, David F. Rosenthal has been among the few galleries worldwide devoted exclusively to the fine antique tribal art of Melanesia, Polynesia, Micronesia and Australia. We present authentic works of uncompromising quality, and guarantee the accuracy of the information we provide about them. The gallery shows only material made for tribal use. We also offer a large selection of mostly out-of-print and hard-to-find books on the cultures of Oceania, as well as books on other areas of tribal art. We are open by appointment, and alternate between our Paris and San Francisco locations. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to visit. Email is preferable due to the frequent traveling. Beginners and experienced collectors alike are always welcome. The gallery in San Francisco is located one mile west of Union Square, quickly and easily accessible by public transportation or taxi. In Paris, we are in the heart of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés gallery neighborhood.
San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts
THE SAN FRANCISCO TRIBAL & TEXTILE ARTS SHOW is the leading art fair devoted to the arts of tribal cultures in the United States. Crafted to meet the needs of tribal art collectors and enthusiasts, THE SAN FRANCISCO TRIBAL & TEXTILE ARTS SHOW presents a comprehensive selection of national and international galleries representing the arts of Asian, Oceanic, African, Native American and Latin American indigenous peoples. The 80 participating galleries have been carefully vetted by a team of experts to ensure quality and have earned a reputation for exhibiting rare and unique pieces within the field.
The Galerie SAO has been created by Marceau Rivière in 1980. The gallery was a member of the famous Salon de Mars in 1992. Since 1998, France Rivière is in charge of the gallery.
Sarah de Monbrison
Sarah de Monbrison has worked in Paris with her father, Alain de Monbrison, for fifteen enriching years, and she has now chosen Belgium, or more precisely Brussels, for her next professional move. Since early May 2013, she welcomes all those interested in African, Oceanic and North American art to her gallery in the Sablon district. She has participated in the preparation and cataloging of numerous public sales, notably those of the Hubert Goldet, André Breton and Vérité collections.
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Adrian Schlag Tribal Art Classics
Adrian Schlag, dealer in tribal art for nearly twenty years. Started in Cologne, Germany, worked with Philippe Guimiot, Brussels for three years and operates now by appointment from his Brussels gallery. Participating in the major Tribal art fairs in the last years, as well as in the BRAFA 2011 he published six catalogues showing his specialization in high quality objects of African and Oceanic Art.