Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Events at NYC Tribal Art Week 2012

In addition to high profile sales of tribal art at Sotheby's, Christie's, and Bonhams, NYC Tribal Art Week is planned to feature a number of other exciting events. 

Foremost among these will be The AOA Tribal Art Fair, May 10–13.  Housed at the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion and also encompassing a range of other participating New York galleries, this event will include a number of distinguished tribal art dealers, such as Pace Primitive, Tambaran Gallery, Nasser & Co., and more.

Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion
2 E 79th St. (corner of 5th Ave)
11 am–7 pm

Sharing the spotlight will be Madison Ancient & Tribal Art, an alliance of international dealers presenting at The Arader Gallery on Manhattan's Upper East Side on May 9–13.  Participating galleries will include Bruce Frank Primitive Art, James Stephenson African Art, Conru African & Oceanic Art, and more, numbering ten dealers in all.

The Arader Gallery
1016 Madison Avenue (between 78th & 79th)
Wed: 11 am–9 pm  Thurs–Sat: 11 am–7:30 pm  Sun: 11 am–5 pm

Running from May 9–14 will be another group show to anticipate: Tribal Togetherness, organized by Zemanek-Münster of Würzburg.  This event brings together five international dealers––Howard Nowes, Dave DeRoche, Sebastian Fernandez, David Zemanek and Jo De Buck––under one roof at Howard Nowes' Art of Eternity Gallery.  

Art of Eternity Gallery
303 E 81st St.
917-733-4165 or 212-472-5171
11 am–6 pm

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