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Spirit Animals Exhibition from Tribal Art London

Tribal Art London is excited to open Spirit Animals, this online, commercial exhibition runs from 3rd December 2020 to 10th January 2021.  The exhibition involves exhibitors who would have been present at the physical 2020 Fair, postponed until September 2021 due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. 

With over 100 objects on sale from leading international dealers, Spirit Animals will be the largest online selling exhibition to date hosted by Tribal Art London in place of the fair. It is accompanied by an E-catalogue which includes articles on the ritual use of animal forms and a piece by Marc Assayag, dealer and author, discussing his book, The Stars Are Eyes, about the masks of the Abelam of East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea. 

MERGING CULTURES: THE IMPACT OF TRADE AND TRAVEL ON TRIBAL ART

Merging Cultures virtual exhibition explores the development of trade routes used to move items such as gold and salt through Africa and to the rest of the world and in contrast the impact of European imports into tribal communities. The exhibition will not only explore trade though physical goods but the movement and exchange of ideas, artistic inspiration, and religious doctrines.

Additionally, information including links to exhibitor’s websites can be found by clicking the information button. Please click on the price list button for enlarged images and browse our exhibition catalog which includes articles and exhibitor’s contact details.

From 25th JUNE 2020 to 29th AUGUST 2020

The London Antique Textiles & Tribal Art Fair on the 10th November 2019, Olympia Hilton Hotel, 380 Kensington High Street, London W14 8NL, Early entry 9am -10.30am, Public 10.30am – 5pm.

Kezhia Fields introduces one of many items being sold: A pair of Mortar and Pestle from Ethiopia. Early 20th Century. H81 cm x W18 cm. H83 cm X W77cm. Ex Collection of Bryan Reeves …