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TCHITCHIRI STATUE
Moba, Togo/Ghana
19th-early 20th century
Wood
H: 84.5 cm
Provenance : John Giltsoff, Brussels.
© Hunt Fine Arts, photo James Trotta Bono
SHUTTER
Dogon, Mali
Circa 19th century
Wood
H: 33 cm
© Hunt Fine Arts, photo James Trotta Bono
Hunt Fine Arts
African, Asian and Indigenous American arts
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Exhibiting at Atelier Visconti
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TCHITCHIRI STATUE
Moba, Togo/Ghana
19th-early 20th century
Wood
H: 84.5 cm
Provenance : John Giltsoff, Brussels.
© Hunt Fine Arts, photo James Trotta Bono

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Hunt Fine Arts opened its doors about two and a half years ago on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Founder and director Tim Hunt began his career at Christie's in London (1980–1986), where he worked alongside Hermione Waterfield and William Fagg in the tribal art department. He subsequently moved to New York to work for The Andy Warhol Foundation (1987–2014), where he served primarily as an "in-house" dealer, selling works from the artist's estate on behalf of the Foundation. He has combined these areas of expertise in his presentations at the gallery, exhibiting a mix of traditional arts from Africa, the Pacific, Asia, and the Americas, alongside modern and contemporary art.
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Tim Hunt _ 16 E 73rd Street _ Suite 3R _ New York, NY 10021 _ Etats-Unis
http://www.hunt-fine-arts.com
+1 347 251 7867
+1 212 249 3831
tim@hunt-fine-arts.com
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