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TRIBAL ART LONDON, 1-4 SEPTEMBER 2016

Tribal Art London, the capital's biggest non-western art fair will be taking place at the Mall Galleries, London SW1, from 1-4 September 2016.

The fair will feature fine and original works of art from world cultures, and launches with an invitation-only preview on 31 August 2016.

Images from Tribal Art London 2015

Images from Tribal Art London 2015

Images from Tribal Art London 2015, courtesy of David Godfrey

 

There will be 21 exhibitors, comprising renowned international galleries and ethnographic art experts from Oceania, the Americas, Africa and the East.

The fair will also offer its visitors a deeper insight into the origins of the works on display, by way of lectures on Aboriginal Art, West African Bronzes, and a feature on the art and history of Fiji, the centre of a major forthcoming exhibition at the Sainsburys Centre for Visual Arts in October.

Here are just a few of the exhibitors:

  • - Marcuson and Hall (Brussels) – leading dealers with a particular interest in fibre works and textiles from Asia and Africa
  • - Raccanello Tribal Art (UK) - Having travelled extensively in New Zealand, Australia, the Cook Islands and beyond, Marcus Raccanello has a particular interest in Polynesian culture and art
  • - Ritual Gallery (Brussels) - Renaud Riley focuses on important African works, mainly figures and masks
  • - Siobhan Andreson (UK), with a particular interest in American Indian culture
  • - Joss Graham, traditional textiles and costume from India, Central Asia, Tibet, North and West Africa, also paintings, wood and stone sculpture, ceramics, baskets and jewellery
  • - Owen Hargreaves and Jasmine Dahl, African art and objects with a practical and spiritual function
  • - Kenn MacKay, a dealer with wide-ranging interests including African, Oceanic, Pre-Columbian, Himalayan and Latin American tribal art
  • - Louis Nierijnck (Maastricht), tribal art, textiles and adornment from Africa, the Himalayas and South East Asia
  • - Bryan Reeves (Co-Organiser), expert in African tribal art and adornment
  • - Lisa Tao and Reuben Reubens, fine ethnographic photographs and complimentary ethnographic art
  • - Charles Vernon-Hunt, specialist dealer in tribal art books

Tribal Art Magazine and HALI, the magazine of antiques, textiles, carpets and Islamic art will also be exhibiting.

Images from Tribal Art London 2015

Images from Tribal Art London 2015, courtesy of David Godfrey

Tribal Art London, which for 2016 will be the largest quality tribal art fair ever to be held in the capital, also serves as an exciting precursor to the Parcours des Mondes in Paris, the world's largest tribal art event on 6-11 September 2016.  Indeed, many international art buyers visit Tribal Art London en route to the Paris event.

Admission to Tribal Art London is free.  For more information, visit Tribal Art London