A fine Eastern Pende Panya-Gombe African mask. Coll.: David Norden
December 2005 in the News
African Art Antiques and Discussion Group.
seated female figure, registered at Yale
under number: 0062129~01
At Lineart in Gent, African art dealers where
exhibiting among contemporary art.
At Lineart in Gent, African art dealers where exhibiting among contemporary art.
This is probably due to the fact that the old generation that likes antiques is
not so active as before, and that the “moving money" is in the more
contemporary art field.
This is probably due to the fact that the old generation that likes antiques is not so active as before, and that the “moving money" is in the more contemporary art field.
We all wish them
We all wish them good luck.
you could have seen also the pictures from Jean-Dominique Burton and the
presentation of his book :
At Lineart you could have seen also the pictures from Jean-Dominique Burton and the presentation of his book :
For those interested in photography, I have a special offer only for the readers of this newsletter:
A limited edition of 100 books with an original real picture of the cover image included for only €150.
Send me a private mail if you need the subscription information and more details.
Also, I have a very special piece this month that I want to show: An impressive Senufo statue, provenance Helmut Gersheim.
A journalist discovered three Nok statues on my www.buyafricanantiques.com website, that's how I ended on the cover of De Morgen with a Nok exhibited in the Louvre (that I never sold) and on the television the next day
Home Is Where the Art Is (and the bookstores too) - Sugar Hill - brownstone collaboration.
Neighbors often cooperate to improve the quality of life in their neighborhood. George Preston and Kurt Thometz, who live two blocks from each other in Jumel Terrace at the top of Sugar Hill in Harlem, simply chose to do it in a slightly unusual way.
Africa in broad sweeps and bold brushstrokes in New York
Bakassi. Chelsea. Ecomog. Dark Sailor. Mac Lord. Nixson. King Solomon. Poncho Picolo. Top Squad. What sounds like an international hip-hop roll call is a list of brand-name liquors found in Nsukka, a city in Nigeria....
objects and textiles from South Africa
Cotter, Visions of a Continent That Is Rich With Life , The New York Times,
November 25, 2005MFENGU
pieces at http://www.buyafricanantiques.com :
Le mythe de
Africa speaks! Ubangi
Some new pieces at http://www.buyafricanantiques.com :
Le mythe de la Coca-colonisation
Seymour Lazar La passion d'un collectionneur
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