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Some of our exhibitions are invitation only, we therefore highly recommend that you request yours here so as to avoid any disappointment on arrival (Invitations are free).

The Mistery of Tribal Art

Brussels, 22nd June 2018 to 24th June 2018

Relive history through our sculptures, masks, seats of leadership, ceremonial vessels and personal ornaments. While wood is the primary medium, works made of stone, terracotta, gold, silver and ivory are also on display.

In Africa, we cover a large geographical area, going from Mauritania to Kenya passing through RD Congo and going down to Namibia.

In Oceania and Southeast Asia, our main sources are Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, Melanesia and New Papua Guinea.

Doyenné – Maison des Arts d’Uccle
Rue du Doyenné 102
1180 Uccle, Bruxelles

Opening hours
Fri: 5pm-8pm
Sat: 9am-8pm
Sun: 9am-4pm

Real Meaning and Purpose

London, 12th October 2018 to 14th October 2018

The appreciation of African and Oceanic art has come about with the understanding that it’s not just something created to be hung on a wall and viewed from a distance. Tribal art is utilitarian and an integral part of daily life. The most common objects have meaning and purpose which turns them into art.

It’s not art for art’s sake, but rather art for the purpose of living a deeper and more meaningful life with a greater understanding of the world. There are many regions in Africa and Oceania and each region has produced its own different art that reflects regional, historical, cultural and religious values and beliefs.

508 Kings Road, Chelsea
London SW10 0LD

Opening hours
Fri: 5pm-8pm
Sat: 9am-8pm
Sun: 9am-5pm