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Located in the Sablon area of Brussels, our gallery specialises in all ancient tribal arts. Every region of the world is represented : Subsaharian Africa, the South Seas, the Indies, the Americas and the Great North. We favor sculptures but we like also beautiful ethnographic objects. Our selection is governed by the requirement of authenticity, age and artistic excellence.
Schoffel de Fabry
The family Schoffel-Valluet opened its first gallery devoted to tribal art in 1969. The gallery is closely engaged with the antiques market and has earned international renown, contributing directly to the creation of numerous important private and public collections. The gallery extends its expertise to the arts of Oceania, Africa, North America and South-East Asia and it has participated in numerous art exhibitions including ‘Jackson Pollock and shamanism’ at the Pinacothèque in Paris in 2008 and ‘Return from expedition’ at the Museum of Hunting and Nature in 2012. It has exhibited at BRAFA since 2011 and has participated in ‘Parcours des mondes’ since the fair began. It has also organised thematic exhibitions such as: ‘Clair-Obscur de Jean François Chavanne’, September 2008; ‘War and Peace’, September 2009; ‘South East Asia’, June 2010; ‘Victor Brauner and the primitive arts’ with the Samy Kinge gallery, October 2010; ‘Musical instruments’, January 2012 and ‘The Ivory Coast: sculpture’, December 2012.
In 1984, Philippe Schuler founded his own auction house together with two employees. Today, the auction house employs 25 people. From the very beginning, Schuler Auctions have been domiciled in Zurich-Wollishofen. Our experts rely on many years of experience in the fine art trade and are very well informed about the current market situation. Thanks to our specialists, who are in charge of 25 different subject areas, your precious objects are in good hands. We appraise, research and catalogue every auction lot, from the Anker aquarelle to the Zurich pewter tankard - with utmost care and professional competence.
Located at the heart of New York City’s prestigious Upper East Side neighborhood, at the corner of Madison Avenue and 78 Street, Schweizer Premodern is a high-end art gallery focusing on major artworks of the premodern era from Africa, the Pacific and the Americas. Prior to founding Schweizer Premodern in 2015, Mr. Schweizer was Sotheby’s Head of African and Oceanic Art in New York from 2006–2015. During this time he had a tremendous impact on the African and Pacific Art market, selling in excess of $250 million worth of artworks in those fields. He has been instrumental in the creation of some of the finest private collections formed in the past decade, and has placed many important works in Europe’s and America’s leading art museums. He is credited with introducing new standards for scholarship in the market and re-contextualizing Premodern African and Pacific Art as universal art forms. In November 2014, he established Premodern African Art as one of the highest-value categories of sculpture: the sale of the Kunin Senufo Female Statue for $12 million set a new world record for African Art. Mr. Schweizer has made Premodern African and Pacific Art accessible to a vastly expanded audience and effectively spearheaded the transformation of a niche market into a major collecting category.
David Serra - Art Tribal Gallery is a space dedicated to the exhibition and sale of primitive art objects. Founded in 1998 by Mercedes and David Serra - longtime connoisseurs of the cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa -, the gallery exhibits sculptures, ritual masks and specially selected ethnic pieces. The gallery participates in the most important international tribal art fairs and collaborates with museums and private foundations.
The William Siegal Gallery in Santa Fe is a high-concept space that exhibits a distinguished collection of ancient art and artifacts alongside contemporary works of art. This stunning five thousand square foot gallery provides a rare opportunity to appreciate art that spans 5,000 years and many different cultures, while inspiring a new collecting sensibility: the Old is New and the New is Old. Side-by-side, they create exciting dialogs. For over 40 years, William Siegal has assembled the world’s largest collection of Andean Textiles dating from 750 BC to the 19th Century. Ceremonial objects & artifacts from Meso & South American cultures, Ancient Chinese, Southeast Asia, African and Indonesian museum-quality pieces are also represented. William Siegal Gallery is located in Santa Fe’s dynamic Railyard District, now a major arts destination throughout the world and the central location of Santa Fe’s contemporary art scene.
Nina and Henricus first discovered African Art as students at the Academy of Arts in Holland and were both taken by it. "Our fascination was intense since the art had captured our imagination and this led to the opening of our gallery in 1978. Our philosophy is to offer both collectors and beginners a wide range of Museum quality African Art including advice and guidance."
Sisi Tatu is a family business with thirty years of experience in the ethnic material culture. Formerly a gallery in the historical centre of Ghent, we have now established an online web shop that breathes the same love for aesthetics as the former gallery but with a window to the world. With the matter on authenticity, we seek for shapes, materials, integrity and phantasy in both new and old objects that resonate this vision. You are welcome to browse our online gallery and we invite you to subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date with the latest arrivals.
Founded over four decades ago, Skinner offers more than 60 auctions annually. Skinner auctions reach an international audience and showcase the unique, rare, and beautiful in dozens of categories, including the fine and decorative arts, jewelry, modern design, musical instruments, science and technology, wine, and many others. Drawing on the expertise of its specialists and its personalized service, Skinner works with individuals, institutions, and estate settlement professionals to attract outstanding items from across New England, the United States, and the world. Important sales include a Qing Dynasty vase that set the record for Chinese art sold in the U.S., works by Fitz Henry Lane and Aldro Thompson Hibbard, folk art portraiture, and Kashmir textiles. Skinner regularly sees strong results for items ranging from fine Italian violins to Cartier diamond jewelry. Skinner is located in Boston and Marlborough, Massachusetts, Coral Gables, Florida, and New York, NY and offers its customers worldwide, “anywhere” access to its sales through the SkinnerLive! real-time, online bidding service.
Sotheby's - Fine Art Auction
Sotheby’s New York department of African & Oceanic art is led by Heinrich Schweizer, Senior Vice President & Department Head (email@example.com). Since his arrival in 2006, Mr. Schweizer has orchestrated some of the most successful auctions and private sales in the field, including the auction of the Robert Rubin Collection of African Art (May 2011: $11.7 million) and the private sale of the Masco Collection of Oceanic Art to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and in total placed more than $120 million at auction and more than $70 million privately. Sotheby’s New York team is completed by Alexander Grogan, Assistant Vice President & Specialist (Alexander.Grogan@sothebys.com), and Laura Seidenfeld, Senior Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org).