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Tribal Art Fair
At the Tribal Art Fair you can find objects from Oceania, Africa, Indonesia, South America, Tibet and The Philippines. The exhibition include jewellery, sculptures, textiles, masks, implements and furniture. All objects at the Fair will be judged by experts of that region.
Tribal Art London
Tribal Art London is the only Tribal Art Fair of its kind in the UK,show casing a select group of exhibitors displaying tribal art from around the world. Each piece has been chosen for its quality and authenticity.
TurzArt Tribal Gallery
Dr Krisztina Turza started her career as a commercial lawyer and is now the owner of TurzArt Tribal Gallery. After years of exploring and collecting Oceanic, Aboriginal and South East Asian tribal art, TurzArt was set up in 2013. The gallery operates in Brisbane, Australia by appointment only and offers high quality tribal art from Australia, Melanesia, Polynesia and South East Asia.
Galerie Vallois 35/41
La Galerie Vallois Art Modern et Contemporary was founded in 1983 by Robert Vallois. Today spread over two spaces in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, at 35 and 41 rue de Seine, it adjoins the Art Deco gallery founded in 1971 by Robert and Cheska Vallois. Since four years it promotes the younger generation of artists from Benin, devoting from 2012 exhibitions to contemporary sculptors of Benin. Together with a group of antique shops of Saint Germain des Pres gallery sponsors the Art Centre Lobozounkpa in Cotonou.
WEBB'S - Auction House
Established in 1976, Webb's is New Zealand's premier auction service. Located in Auckland, Webb's leads the market in the sale of fine art, jewellery, watches, rare books and fine wines. Webb's has held regular specialist sales in areas such as modern and contemporary design, photography, Maori and Oceanic artifacts in addition to classic and vintage motorcycles. With a broad range of specialist staff, Webb's offers a comprehensive Auckland, national and international marketing and appraisal service in addition to superior levels of expertise for our clients.
Whitehawk Antique Shows
Thirty-four years ago, Antique Indian Arts collector, Don Bennett, thought it would be a good idea to get some of his fellow collectors together so that they could buy, sell and trade from each other. Bennett invited about 100 dealers to join him at the Santa Fe Hilton Hotel and dealers and collectors went from room to room. Those dealers who couldn’t get into the hotel sold in the parking lot from the trunks of their cars. Thus, the Whitehawk shows were born. Thirty-four years later, many of the original dealers plus plenty of new ones (those who have only been around 15-20 years!) still come together every August in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Whitehawk Antique Shows, Inc. consists of two shows: the Antique American Indian Art Show and the Antique Ethnographic Art Show. The venue may have changed and shows are set up with gallery-like booths with professional lighting, but the spirit remains the same... dealers and collectors coming together to buy, sell and trade and indulge in a shared passion.
Woolley & Wallis
Described by the Antiques Trade Gazette as "arguably the most exciting provincial saleroom in the country", Woolley and Wallis has lived up to that title in recent years with a string of record-breaking sales and notable prices. Of the twelve lots to make over a million pounds at regional auction houses, Woolley and Wallis has sold nine of them, including a Chinese spinach-green jade water buffalo - for a hammer price of £3.4m in 2009. The Asian Art auction held in May 2010 became the highest ever grossing sale for a provincial auction house, and at £7.3m the sale in question eclipsed the equivalent sales at all three of the London salerooms. From 2010 to the present Woolley and Wallis has been the highest grossing regional saleroom in the U.K. In April 2012 a pair of natural pearl earrings sold for £1.6m, a record for any Jewellery department outside of London. As the leading regional auctioneer in the U.K. Woolley and Wallis, who were founded in 1884, hold around thirty specialist sales a year spread between nine departments headed up by leading experts in their field. The saleroom prides itself on combining a high level of expertise and professionalism, with the friendly attitude and personal service that clients have come to expect from this long-standing firm.
World Arts Auctions
World Arts Auctions is an online platform specifically developed for collectors, who offers an authentic selection of artworks from Africa, Oceania, Americas and Asia for sale through auction in all price ranges. Under Jo De Buck's expert eye, WAA guaranties the authenticity of every artwork by promoting the encounters between collectors and by the primacy of a live meeting before any auction, allowing the unreplaceable preview of the artworks, but also a valuable shared experience.
The tribal art house Zemanek-Münster (est. 1978) has been exclusively auctioning antique art from Africa, Australia, Asia, Oceania and The Americas since the early nineties. It is today considered worldwide as a specialist in non-European tribal art. Outside the major art centres Paris, Brussels, London and New York, but together with them, it is recognised as an international centre for tribal art in Europe and overseas. World-class art objects are offered in four auctions per annum, such as masks and sculptures, as well as ritual objects, ceramics, primitive money and jewellery, many of which are from old private collections. The "Kunstauktionshaus Zemanek-Münster" has been listed in the "Bundesverband deutscher Kunstversteigerer e.V. (BdK)" that is a small select circle for leading German art auction houses that have been chosen only on recommendation.