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Sneak Peek: What to See at Tribal Art London 2016

Tribal Art London 2016

Tribal Art London, the capital’s biggest non-Western art fair, has opened its third edition at Mall Galleries in London with a select group of 21 exhibitors displaying the best tribal art from around the world.

This year’s five-day event from August 31 to September 4 brings together some of the world’s top dealers and experts in ethnographic art from Africa, Oceania, and the Americas.

The range of objects on offer spans shields, masks, figures, costumes, textiles and jewelry, furniture and household items, as well as ethnographic photographs.

Tribal Art London welcomes four new exhibitors in 2016: three from Brussels (Marcuson & Hall, Ritual Gallery, and Visser Gallery), and Marcus Raccanello Tribal Art from London.

The fair will also present a series of lectures on topics including Aboriginal art, West African bronzes, and the art and history of Fiji.

Click the slideshow to see highlights of Tribal Art London 2016. You can see a full list of exhibitors here.