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Africa matters (NL)
Antwerp is a nice little maritime town. It is known for its diamonds
news , it's fashion Academy and the many bookshops and museums. It is also one of the most creative towns in Europe, and very enjoyable to live. Most tourists visit the Rubens house ( Rubenshuis official site) , and people with children
visit the Zoo near the Central
station, or the Middelheim Open Air Museum
known for it's famous sculptures from Rodin, Permeke and also the more Belgian artists like Panamarenko .
Also worth viewing in Antwerp are the Mayer Van Den Bergh Museum with one of the nicest European collections of antique wood sculptures in the Lange
For decorative antiques you can walk in the Kloosterstraat, and for finer Antiques, you can walk in the
Leopoldstraat, and around the corner in the Wolstraat, my brother Jacob
Norden is living in the other part of town, and is also an Antique dealer,
but specialized in European (paintings, silver, music instruments, etc...).
If you want Antiques and hunt for bargains visit on a Friday. I recommend visiting the
Vrijdags Markt auctions starting around 9 a.m. (to be combine with the famous Plantin
Museum where you can discover the first printing machines and XVIth graphics) or try
to buy antiques at the +/- monthly auction houses Amberes,
Campo & Campo grotesteenweg
and Campo Vlaamse kaai
David Norden, afrikaanse kunst
African Art in Antwerpen
VAN DE VELDE
Hertogenpark Desguinlei 90, App. 5 A
B 2018 Antwerpen - België
Tel. +32 3 248 46 60 & 248 35 63
Mobile : +32 476 511 738
Fax : +32 3 248 52 30
Email : lucien.africanart*pi.be
|Only by appointment
top quality -international dealer, specialist in West Africa.
Sint Katelijnevest 27
B2000 Antwerp - Belgium
Tel +32 3 227 35 40
open 2-6 pm - closed on sunday best is to call me for an appointment.
curator: Els de Palmenaer Suikerrui 19
|Fine little museum with some famous african art pieces like the Hemba
published in the Musée imaginaire de Malraux.
|Marcel Nies Fine
Lange Gasthuisstraat 28
2000 Antwerp Belgium
The finest oriental arts dealer in Antwerp, participates at the Tefaf show.
Mob: +32 475 651085
Precolumbian textiles, jewelry, Vietnam art
Tel. (03) 226 74 72
Fax (055) 42 71 54
GSM 0475 27 13 81.
|Amma Tribal Art & primitive art (
mostly Fon objects) Wolstraat
Tel . 03/213 37 41 , 03/772 11 90
|Amma, Piet Colaert and some other Shop are selling
Africa curiosa in the Wolstraat around the corner from my Shop.
Sint Vincentiusstraat 3 B2018 Antwerpen Tel: +32 (0) 3 239.37.24
40€ a night, good service, 15 minutes walking from my Shop, or take the tram 7
or 8 till near the groenplaats !
If you prefer an Hotel in Antwerp around the corner from my Shop
are two guest host rooms. Or see also the Guestrooms
Hotel Julien is
a more expensive ( rooms start at Euro 160) design Hotel around the corner
of my shop, it received international recognition .
Korte Nieuwstraat 24, 2000 Antwerpen, 03 229 06 00
If you are looking for cheap but clean hotels (starting at 25 €):
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