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.

 


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

Location:

De Duif
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Prinsengracht 756, Amsterdam
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Karavanserai
Louis Nierijnck & Aleid van Bommel
Keizer Karelplein 5
6211 TC Maastricht
The Netherlands
T: +31 (0)43 3260926
F: +31 (0)43 3253642
M: +31 (0)6 55897485
louisnierijnck@versatel.nl
www.primitiveart.nl

Louis Nierijnck en Aleid van Bommel started their gallery in the city of Maastricht in 1995. They are located on the oldest street in the Netherlands. In addition to the Treaty, Maastricht is famous for the annual art and antique fair, TEFAF. They deal in authentic tribal art, textiles, jewellery and other ritual objects from Africa and Asia.

West Nepal, Humla, Magar culture 
Wooden figure with thick layer of white clay 
H: 51 cm 
Late 19th / early 20th century