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Statue Gets Angry And Walks Out Of Church   
Paris Events September 07 


Dear African Art Lover, 


What would happen if the statues in my shop could speak and tell me what they think? Would the statue get angry and walk out of my shop? This was what I thought when If found this sentence on the Internet, “Statue Gets Angry And Walks Out Of Church”. I thought this was just so funny and wanted to share it with you.

If my statues could speak, I guess they would tell me they need some more space, that they love to get my attention, that they hate that I buy so many statues, and that they are missing Africa and the people who made them. 
They would also tell me that they want to see more visitors in my shop in Antwerp and that people should get in love with them. They need some fresh air and want new adventures.

I just opened my shop doors, it is so hot today, let's hope my statues won't walk out, and yell at people or that I will have to call the police to stop them !

Some of the mask I recently acquired need a new stand. Others needs to get more light. Some statues I bought fall all the time and also need a stand. Presentation is very important and needs attention before the start of my show in Paris in September

In June, I told you that I found a nice new place and would show my pieces in the rue Visconti 5. But my plans have changed, since that gallery was sold to Yann Ferrandin - a Parisian dealer.

So I needed to find a new place. That wasn't easy, but I was lucky and can now invite you to visit me in September in Paris from 11 to 16 September:

Galerie de Buci Paris ---> enter
Galerie de Buci (coin rue de Buci - rue de Seine)
73 rue de Seine F 75006 Paris

I hope you will all come and visit me there. And if you have no time, please visit my virtual Shop www.buyafricanantiques.com 

I will be showing very interesting and fine pieces at the 73 rue de Seine, Paris, this fall. Among them the Fang mask you can see below, and some fine Hemba and Luba pieces, and more pieces selected for quality and/or provenance. 

Marc Ginzberg Sothebys If you go to Paris, Sotheby's will start the September dance by showing the Marc Ginzberg collection of non figurative Art. It will be sold at auction on 10 September 2007, just before the start of Parcours des Mondes. No statues where allowed in this auction. Hearing this Statue Gets Angry And Walks Out Of the auction room.

Also the Musée du Quai Branly still has two interesting exhibitions till September 16th: The " art of Berber woman " with Algerian pottery, and  -

objets blessés"Wounded Artefacts - Repair Work in Africa"
Objets blessés, edited by Gaetano Speranza, Musée du quai Branly/5 Continents co-publication 


lire l'article en français:

objets blesses La Réparation en Afrique

Achetez le livre: Objets blessés La Réparation en Afrique 

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tresors doualasTrésors premiers à Daoulas en Bretagne pres de Brest

This summer near Brest in Bretagne there is an interesting exhibition tresors premiers doualas (in French)

Les poètes en avaient rêvé: Apollinaire, Breton et puis Senghor. Aujourd’hui il existe! C’est le "grand musée d’art exotique" d’Apollinaire, le "Musée imaginaire", le "musée sans murs". Après "Les mondes dogons" en 2002, "Les rêves d’Amazonie" et "Les masques d’Asie" en 2006, l’abbaye de Daoulas expose les arts premiers pour, selon le mot de Heidegger, "nous dépayser dans nos propres origines". 
Jusqu'au 18 novembre 2007 à L'Abbaye de Doualas pres de Brest en Bretagne

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If you have an art related gallery or have a website related to African Art or Business or an active newsletter, or a blog you should send me an email. Link exchanges don't work anymore in the way they did before and link exchange don't work so well as just a one way link. 

That is the reason I would like to do a three-way link exchange with you. Since I have many sites related to African Art & business I can help you and you can help me.

Do you have one ? Mail me or give me a phone call at +32 3 227.35.40. 

If you don't have one but if you are a specialist, like about "Ashanti goldweights" or Lobi statues, or if you are working for a Museum, you can send me an article or an interview to share.

If you don't have a site but have something to promote, just give me a call and I'll do the hard work for you. If you need one way link backs and are ready to pay a small fee Buy Contextual Links.

Let me know the keyword(s) you want to have included. Tell me more about your business. 

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Summer is always a good period to find things.  

Discover a Fang Mask and more African Masks or African Statues , African Objects, African books &   Outside African Art

I hope you enjoyed this edition, see you in Paris,

David Norden 

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