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Roger Bourahimou Gallery
Translation to come. Bienvenue dans la galerie d’art de Roger Bourahimou, spécialisée dans les arts premiers d’Afrique et d’Océanie. Masques africains, statues en bois, objets traditionnels, sculptures et tableaux de goût : venez découvrir des oeuvres uniques sélectionnées parmi les plus beaux spécimens de collections privées américaines ou européennes. Plongez dans l’ambiance magique de l’Afrique et découvrez l’intensité de l’art ethnique dans un cadre exceptionnel en plein coeur du quartier du Sablon à Bruxelles en Belgique. Roger Bourahimou sera ravi de partager avec vous sa passion pour les antiquités dans son showroom et de vous révéler l’histoire de ses collections. Vous pourrez suivre ses derniers coups de coeur en consultant les événements de la galerie et en découvrant les différentes expositions à Bruxelles, New-York et Paris. Vous souhaitez vous renseigner sur une oeuvre ou venir visiter le salon ? Contactez sans plus attendre l’équipe de la Roger Bourahimou Gallery.
Bourgogne Tribal Show
The Bourgogne Tribal Show is the first commercial and international tribal-art fair to be held in a countryside location. Following the success of its 2016 event, the Bourgogne Tribal Show will again gather an international selection of tribal-art dealers. In all, twenty-five dealers will travel from London, Brussels, Barcelona, Bangkok, the U.S., and all over France, to present the many facets of African, Oceanian, American, Islamic, Indian and Asian arts. This year, the Bourgogne Tribal Show will once again take up residence in Cluny Abbey, ready to welcome an even larger audience. Beneath the beautiful arches of the Farinier, some thirty tribal artworks will be arranged in an exhibition dedicated to childhood. A carefully designed layout will guide visitors as they discover these pieces from faraway lands. The picturesque landscapes and rich cultural heritage of Southern Burgundy provide the backdrop to this unique experiment; Romanesque churches, the Cluny and Tournus Abbeys and the Mâconnais vineyards all offer a delicious excuse to extend your visit to the Bourgogne Tribal Show.
Galerie Alain Bovis
The gallery specializes in the ancient arts of Africa, Himalaya, Indonesia and Oceania. While Tribal Art is getting more and more attractive to collectors and art lovers, Alain Bovis, expert and passionate, is pursuing his search for rarities and major work of art. In his gallery, art lovers can learn about Tribal Art, make discoveries, appreciate frequent exhibitions and purchase masterworks. Beyond the excitement of discovering and the pleasure in acquiring, Alain Bovis will give you all information and guarantees.
BRAFA Art Fair
Brafa is one of the leading European art and antiques fairs. Here, all art works on show are for sale and quality and authenticity are two of the key requirements exhibitors face. Brafa is an eclectic fair which encompasses a variety of specialities, from antiquity to the 21st century, including archaeology, Oceanic art, African art, Oriental art, silver, jewellery, numismatic, furniture and works of art from the Middle Ages to the 21st century, vintage collections, old master and modern paintings, contemporary art, sculpture, earthenware and porcelain, carpets, tapestry, drawings, old comic books, engravings, antique and modern books, photography and autographs.
Brant Mackley Gallery
With two gallery locations in Hershey Pennsylvania and Santa Fe New Mexico, the Brant Mackley Gallery offers exceptional American Indian & World Tribal Arts. The gallery also offers collection appraisals, conservation consultation & curatorial guidance. With more than 30 years of experience, Brant has placed numerous important works of art and artifacts in both private and public collections worldwide.
Bruce Frank Primitive Art Gallery
Celebrating 25 years in business, Bruce Frank Primitive Art Gallery offers one of the most diverse collection of fine antique and tribal art from Oceanic, Indonesian, African, Papua New Guinea, Southeast Asian and Philippines cultures. Our New York City primitive art gallery is always interested in acquiring fine primitive works of art, as well as books related to this subject. Appraisal services are available for individual items as well as entire collections.
The idea of uniting a handful of primitive antique dealers to tie in with the inauguration of the Ambre gallery and offer the public the first “Non European Art Open Days” at the Sablon first saw the light of day in 1983. The idea took off and it was a resounding success… the project became firmly established, attracting more and more galleries from both Belgium and abroad over the years. In 1988, the first modest brochure appeared with details of this constantly expanding forum of antique dealers and only three and a half years later the first catalogue was published, marking the success of this momentary fellowship of antique dealers with one objective in common: to promote the exceptional wealth of primitive art, of which they are the ambassadors. From 1996 onwards, Brussels antique dealers invited colleagues from abroad to the event. Today, the participation of galleries from France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and the USA gives Bruneaf a decidedly international touch. The Brussels Non European Art Fair has become one of the leading events displaying non-European art, covering fields as diverse as African, Oceanian, Indonesian, pre-Columbian, Asiatic and Australian Aboriginal art. Sculptures, masks, fetishes, weaponry, jewellery, coins, fabrics, traditional objects executed by ethnic groups according to their own particular customs and worked in wood, metal, gold, silver, bronze, ivory or terra cotta - the objects on exhibit are ritual or domestic artefacts, combining shape with ornamental design. Although the form always meets practical requirements, it is also testimony of a certain vision of the world. Objets d’art from Africa, Indian or Tibet thus draw on the wealth of the myths which form the collective memory, respecting the aesthetic and symbolic standards of tradition and following in the footsteps of the traditional crafts used by their ancestors.
Bruno Frey is an expert in African and Oceanian art est expert en arts, member of the CEA (Compagnie d'Expertise en Antiquités et Objets d'Art). His gallery attracts collectors from all over Europe and hosts exhibitions combining art pieces from Africa and Asia (masks, sculptures,...) and contemporary art (sculptures, drawings, photographs, paintings,...). His collections are permanently renewed and the authenticity of his objects is guarantied : any item is sold with a certificate.