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Tribal Art Africa, Oceania, Americas and Indonesia

 Find out below all Tribal Art participants to the fair, 2021 edition

  • Alain Dufour, is a galerist at Saint-Maur, and a member of Parcours des mondes since more than ten years.

    With his exhibition Yoruba he highlighted the arts of this population during the 2018 edition of the fair.

    Each year, he exhibits in Ramatuelle.

  • Passionate about Australia, Stéphane Jacob created his gallery in 1996 to showcase Art from Aboriginal Cultures.

    Well-known for his passion for Australian Cultures, Stéphane Jacob is a member of Art Paris Art Fair, Parcours des mondes and international art fairs in Europe.

  • Expert in Tribal Art and passionate art dealer, Alain Bovis is well-known for the quality of his objects, his aesthetic sensitivity and his rigorous professional approach.

  • Based in Sydney since thirty years Chris Boylan is a well-know Oceanic Art dealer.

    His taste for travels and in situ data collect allow him to create a recognized expertise and collection about the Arts from Papua New-Guinea.

  • Located rue Mazarine in the center of Saint-Germain-des-Prés area, the Olivier Castellano gallery highlights Tribal Arts from Sub-Saharan Africa, South-East Asia, Nepal and Philippines.

  • Based in the historical center of Milan, Dalton Somaré gallery is a bridge between cultures with a special focus on African and Asian Arts.

    The gallery showcases artworks of great aesthetic.

  • Established since 1971, Joshua Dimondstein is one of the most famous figures of Parcours des Mondes, which is a member since 2003. Attached to the authenticity and plastic qualities of artworks, he highlights each year special exhibitions of great quality.

  • Laurent Dodier is based at Val-Saint-Père.

    Each year, during the Parcours des mondes he showcases artworks from Non-Western Cultures of high quality.

    Recognized dealer, is a member of TEFAF Maastricht and other international art fairs.

  • Martin Doustar has been an art dealer and a collector for the past fifteen years. 

    From a Modern Art specialist he slowly shifted to Primitivism and its extent with the Classical Arts of Africa and the Pacific.

    In the last decade he produced several thematic exhibitions noted for the quality of the objects on display and for its publications.

    Martin Dousta participates in international art fairs such as Cologne Fine Art, BRAFA, FRIEZE MASTERS and TEFAF Maastricht.

  • Since more than 30 years, Bernard Dulon devotes himself to the Non-Western Cultures and Arts with a focus on South America and Pre-Hispanic Cultures and Sub-Saharan Africa.

    Based rue Jacques Callot, Bernard Dulon gallery is a member of international art fairs where he showcases artworks with great aesthetic values. He is also a curator and write various books on these Cultures..

  • Based in London and Paris, Entwistle is one of the most important dealer in the field of Non-Western Art. With a real expertise in his field, and with researches of great quality and a taste for unique and prestigious artefacts, Entwistle highlighs since more than forty years artworks of great aesthetic and quality.

  • Yann Ferrandin is a member of the Parcours des mondes since nearly twenty years. He is also a member of well-known international art fairs such as BRAFA and TEFAF Maastricht.

    He lend artworks to prestigious public collections, like the Museum of quai Branly - Jacques Chirac or the MET Museum, during exhibitions.

  • Since thirty year, the Flak Gallery is a benchmark for the Non-Western Artworks in Paris. The gallery showcases several pieces of art from Oceania and Sub-Saharan African Art but also artworks from the American First Nations such as the Kachina, the Tinglit, the Haïda, the Eskimo or the Yupi’k.

  • Based in Zürich, Switzerland, the Frölich family is a well-known dealer and collector family. Attached to the aesthetic and forms of their objects, they also take care to showcase authentic artworks with great pedigree.

  • Bernard de Grunne, well-known expert in the Tribal Art field, showcases artwoks with great aesthetic values, patinas of use and pedigrees.

    Bernard de Grunne was also an art advisor and scientific advisor for the genesis of many private and public collections.

  • Michael Hamson is passionate about Oceanic Art.

    He combined his taste for the field with academic research and degrees in at the University of Santa Barbara, California.

  • Eric Hertault settled in Saint-Germain-des-Prés as a gallerist few years ago. Attached to the great aesthetic value and the authenticy of the selected objects, he also works as an expert from great international auction houses (Marc-Arthur Kohn).

  • After a step at the Puces de Saint-Ouen and the opening of a first gallery at Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Charles-Wesley Hourdé worked within Christie’s as the Director of African and Oceanic Art Department. Settled again since few years in the historical area of Tribal Art in Paris, he focuses on his passion and patronages major reference books and exhibitions.

  • Former astro-physician researcher, Frédéric Rond chose to settle as a specialized gallerist in Indian Art and Tribal Art from Himalaya after several trips in the Indian Area. Frédéric Rond focuses his exhibitions and acquisition on artworks from Himalaya.

  • Well-known for impressionism, modern and post-war art, the gallery started the collection of Tribal Art in early 90'.

    Each year they exhibit during Parcours des Mondes artworks from prestigious collections with modern paintings.

  • Settled in the South of France, Olivier Larroque is galerist since 2004.

    Focuses on the Tribal Art from Africa, Oceania, and Southeast Asia, Olivier Larroque highlights the aesthetic of the artworks and their authenticity.

  • Since more than twenty years, Alain and his wife Abla Lecomte are well-known in the field of the Non-Western artworks.

    Passionate about the collection and the transmission of their knowledge, they realized many works including brillant monographs about Bakongo and thematic exhibitions focused on the Teke fetishes

  • Franck Marcelin is specialized in Oceanic and Eskimo Art. Franck Marcelin became galerist at the beginning of the 1980' after a job as a curator at the Musée National de la Marine at Trocadéro, Paris.

  • Since 1980, the Meyer Gallery showcases artworks from Oceanic Cultures.

    Created by Rita Alix Meyer, the gallery is now ran by Anthony Meyer, who opened a second department in the gallery dealing with the archaic art forms of the early Eskimo cultures.

  • For nearly fifty years, Alain de Monbrison has been a key figure in the European arts market. Established on the Rue des Beaux-Arts since the early 1980s, the Galerie Monbrison has forged close ties between private collectors and public institutions.

  • Guilhem Montagut presents artworks from former public collections and private hands.

    He has an important place in the field of Sub-Saharan African Arts and pursues his close links with the major institutions of this field.

  • Since eleven years, Alexandra Pascassio Manfredi et Davide Manfredi share their passion for South-East Asian Cultures, especially Indonesia and the Philippines, by highlighting great artworks from those cultures.

  • The Lucas Ratton Gallery is settled in the area of Saint-Germain-des-prés.

    Born from a famous family of dealers, Lucas Ratton pursues a tradition of collection by carrying out exhibitions of high quality and great aesthetic values as well as scientific informations.

  • From a well-known family dealers, Philippe Ratton, pursues a work and a family tradition. He built strong relationships with many privates colletors and several public institutions such as the Museum of the quai Branly-Jacques Chirac or the Fondation Dapper.

    Moreover, Philippe Ratton is also an art advisor for the genesis of private collections.

  • Adrian Schlag opened the Tribal Art Classics Gallery in 1998 at Bruxelles.

    Since then, he uses his great experiece and knowledge, thanks to his cooperation with Himmelheber, and his aesthetic taste to showcases great piece of art, presented in some of the most important international art fairs.

    Since 2004 he is a member of Parcours des mondes.

  • Settled in the Sablon area in Bruxelles, Serge Schoffel is a Non-Western artworks galerist with the mission to present objects in their diversity and mutliple interests. He ensures their aesthetic values and their historical quality.

  • Specialized in Sub-Saharan African Arts, the David Serra' Gallery, located in Barcelona, is a member of the Parcours des mondes since many years.

    The gallery showcases pieces of art of great aesthetic and historical values.

  • Since twenty-five years, the Rostoker Tribal Art Books Library is specialized in both modern and out-of-print books, as well as photographs and rare documents relating to Tribal art, voyages, and ethnography.

  • Passionate about Tribal Tattoos, Michel Thieme discovered Oceanic Art and Tribal Art during his many travels to Polynesia.

    Then he switched from Tribal Tattoos to Tribal Art and their artworks and opened his first gallery in 2000 in Amsterdam.

    Attached to the curiosity cabinets tradition and taste, Michel Thieme creates a new vision of the explorers' tales with quality and precision.

  • Specialized in Arts from the Populations of the North, Tischenko Gallery is located for over twenty years in Helsinki. For their first participation to the fair, the gallery will showcase artworks from Lapland, Alaska and Arctic Area.

  • Settled since nearly twenty years in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood, Jean-Edouard Carlier, Oceanic Art dealer, will show two special exhibitions during the Parcours des mondes 2021 edition.

  • Located since nearly forty years in the are of Saint-Germain-des-prés, the Galeries Vallois showcases new artistic scene from Africa especially from the Benin and West Africa.

  • Located since nearly forty years in the are of Saint-Germain-des-prés, the Galeries Vallois showcases new artistic scene from Africa especially from the Benin and West Africa.

  • Pablo Touchaleaume passionné  pour les Arts premiers, l’Archéologie et les Arts d’Asie, a pu parfaire ses connaissances en travaillant entre autres chez Anthony JP Meyer, Bernard Dulon, ou encore au département Arts premiers chez Sotheby’s. Il s’efforce de présenter une sélection d’objets anciens provenant des cinq continents, faisant ainsi un mélange éclectique d’objets sélectionnés pour leurs qualités plastiques.


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Le marché des arts d’Afrique se développ... see more Le marché des arts d’Afrique se développe auprès d’un petit nombre de clients chinois, attirés par ses formes épurées. Parmi eux, des artistes, des hommes d’affaires ou des intellectuels, dont quelques femmes. Ils plébiscitent les pièces aux formes épurées dont l’esthétique a un potentiel universel, boudant au contraire les objets magiques et rituels à la forte connotation spirituelle. Point commun de cette clientèle : elle est extrêmement discrète et ne lève guère le voile sur sa collection. Il est pourtant une figure emblématique de ces nouveaux collectionneurs : l’exubérant Leinuo Zhang, installé à Milan et à la tête de plusieurs sociétés dans le domaine de la mode, qui ne manque pas d’exhiber fièrement ses acquisitions sur les réseaux sociaux. Aujourd’hui, outre les ventes publiques, il se fournit à Saint-Germain-des- Prés, chez le Bruxellois Didier Claes ou chez le Milanais Dalton Somaré. see less

Eléonore Théry

Le plus grand salon international des arts... see more Le plus grand salon international des arts premiers, asiatiques et d'archéologie se tient à ciel ouvert à partir d'aujourd'hui dans le quartier des Beaux-Arts et de Saint-Germain-des-Prés, à Paris. Jusqu'au 15 septembre, 64 marchands internationaux sont réunis pour cette 18e édition, qui témoigne d'une place croissant accordée à l'archéologie, avec la présence de huit galeries dont Arteas Ltd (Londres), Cahn Contemporary (Bâle) et la Galerie Eberwien (Paris). La collectionneuse grecque Kyveli Alexiou est présidente d'honneur de cette édition. Parmi les exposants, on retrouve les galeries Bacquart (Paris), Joe Loux (San Francisco) et Martin Doustar (Bruxelles), Bernard Dulon (Paris) pour les arts premiers, Max Rutherston Ltd. (Londres) pour les arts asiatiques ou encore J. Bagot Arqueología S.L. (Barcelone) pour la section archéologie. see less

The Art Newspaper Daily

Depuis dix-huit ans, grâce au Parcours de... see more Depuis dix-huit ans, grâce au Parcours des mondes, Saint-Germain-des-Prés devient, l’espace d’une semaine, le rendez-vous privilégié des amateurs et collectionneurs d’arts primitifs. Mais pas seulement, car depuis quatre ans, l’événement s’est ouvert à d’autres disciplines. En 2015, il accueillait les arts d’Asie ; cette année, c’est au tour de l’archéologie d’être intégrée, avec des œuvres grecques, romaines ou orientales. « L’adjonction de cette spécialité était une évidence, car c’est de cette époque que tout est parti », explique Pierre Moos, « Lorsqu’on s’appelle Parcours des mondes, on se doit de proposer un véritable tour du monde de l’art non pas en quatre-vingts jours mais en quatre-vingts minutes. D’autant que, contrairement à ce que l’on pense, le collectionneur n’est pas toujours monomaniaque et fait la traversée esthétique d’un continent à l’autre ou d’un pays à l’autre » Soixante-quatre exposants (dont une moitié venant de l’étranger) participent à cette 18e édition. Et parce que le Parcours des mondes rassemble la plus grande concentration au monde d’amateurs et de collectionneurs d’arts extra-européens, les exposants leur réservent leurs plus belles découvertes de l’année et rivalisent dans des expositions thématiques – une vingtaine – prévues parfois depuis plusieurs années. Parmi les expositions notables, on relève celle de Bernard Dulon (Paris) qui organise un face-à-face entre les œuvres du sculpteur belge Jan Calmeyn et les objets africains de sa collection, dont une figurine en zigzag Lega (Congo) et une statuette assise Dogon (Mali). Abla & Alain Lecomte (Paris) centrent leur présentation sur le thème du masque de l’Afrique de l’Ouest avec un étonnant masque cimier Ijebu, Yoruba. « Une vingtaine d’entre eux proviennent d’une collection privée encore jamais montrée », souligne Alain Lecomte (affichés entre 3 500 € et 35 000 €). Julien Flak (Paris) a réuni une vingtaine d’objets sous le titre explicite de « Poésie féroce, arts anciens de Nouvelle- Irlande », parmi lesquels un masque Malagan Matua ou Vanis (au-delà de 70 000 €). « Organiser une exposition consacrée aux arts anciens de cette île mystérieuse des mers du Sud est un rêve que je poursuis depuis plus de dix ans », souligne le marchand. see less

Marie Potard - Le Journal des Arts

Parcours des mondes in Paris - widely rega... see more Parcours des mondes in Paris - widely regarded as the world’s most important tribal art event – is good at looking to the past while engaging with the present. While most of the exhibitors at this annual international event staged in and around the galleries of Saint-Germain-des-Prés (11–16 September) focus on tribal art – the lion’s share from Africa – space is also found for contemporary expressions of traditional practice. This may be recent Aboriginal art or, as last year’s honorary president, Javier Peres, demonstrated in the loan exhibition he staged in the Espace Tribal, the work of artists from across the globe who reconnect to their cultural roots through the prism of modern and contemporary art. Both loan exhibition and honorary president this year connect the tribal with the contemporary. see less

Susan Moore - Apollo