Tribal Art London 2017

Tribal Art London, Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1, 6th – 9th September 2017

 

Joss Graham Gallery
Lau Witikau (woman’s tubular skirt) Sumba. Antique beads, shell. 20th
century

Tribal Art London has certainly grown in the ten years it has been going and will have a record twenty-three exhibitors this time. On the 9th there is a day of events and lectures on the subject of tribal tattoos. The wide appeal of these pieces to all generations is highlighted in the nearby RA exhibition Matisse in the Studio (see 21/08/2017) where one can discover the African textiles, sculptures and masks which Matisse both collected and found as a source of inspiration. Get inspired yourselves – you won’t regret it.

David Malik
Superb Lwena Staff
Angola or Zambia

 

 

Marcuson & Hall
A Burnished Terracotta Pot, 20th century
Nyoro tribe,Uganda,
Height: 23 cms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kezhia Orege
Zulu beads, mid-19th century

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Ian Shaw
Suruku dance Mask
Bamana people of Southern Mali, 1920s

 

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