At the Tribal art fair you can find objects from Oceania, Africa, Indonesia, South-America, Tibet and the Philippines The exhibition comprises jewellery and sculptures, textiles, masks, implements and furniture. All objects on the fair will also be judged by experts in that region.

At the TAF Amsterdam 2014 nineteen renowned art dealers, both from Holland and abroad will display their best pieces. Collectors, enthusiasts and anyone who is curious about tribal art can come and look around or learn more about this art form by attending a guided tour or an interesting lecture, all at ‘De Duif' church in the centre of Amsterdam.

17 and 18 May is The Amsterdam Trail
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23 - 26 October 2014

Opening times:
Opening 23 October, 15.00 - 19:00 (by invitation only)
24, 25, 26 October 11.00-18.00
Admission fee: Euro 5,00


De Duif
Prinsengracht 756, Amsterdam
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Galerie Dogon
Monika & Eric Edelmaier
Bleibtreustrasse 50
D 10623 Berlin
T: +49 (0)30 3128564
F: +49 (0)30 3123185
M: +49 (0)17 18372662

Gallery DOGON Tribal Art was opened 1998 in Berlin. The gallery of Monika & Eric Edelmaier results from long lasting collecting activities, passion and enthusiasm for African Art and many self arranged "Tribal Art" exhibitions presented in their private rooms of Schloss Eglingen in South-Germany. These exhibitions with varying topics still take every year in autumn. The gallery DOGON with showroom and "Black Box" exhibit an excellent selection of genuine art from Africa, Indonesia and Oceania. The "Black Box" is reserved for quarterly exhibitions with special topics.All objects come from well-known European collections, from auctions or are acquired onjourneys through different African countries. The assembled experiences and knowledge in non-European art and culture will be communicated on a visit in the gallery. The quality ofthe objects is emphasised by an aesthetical and competent presentation.

Congo, Rainforest, Uituri
Masj, BIRA
H: 25 cm
Provenance: Fred Jahn, Munich
Published: Marc Felix , Ituri / 1992