African Tribal Art

We present and trade African tribal art from private collections, some of them internationally renowned and with over 100 years of history, experience and passion. The age of the African masks and sculptures we have selected for you dates back to the early 20th century and even beyond. All tribal art objects offered by us meet our authenticity criteria.

 

For us, an African tribal art object is always a tense unity of two basic components: a ritual object of an African tribe and a unique work of art that challenges and inspires its viewer. That is why we pay special attention to African tribal art, which is characterized not only by its authenticity and the ethnological relevance associated with it, but also by a more conspicuous artistic note. An overview of our current selection can be found in the Portfolio section.

 

African masks and figures with these characteristics can be perfectly combined with any kind of interior design, art and architecture. In our opinion, African tribal art must even be combined in this way if it is to be fully expressed. The international art market is developing in exactly this direction; art in the 21st century is being collected and arranged more interdisciplinary than ever before.

 

The Tribute Gallery is a gallery for art lovers of the 21st century, for people who enhance the impact and charisma of art objects by combining them. And since we also count ourselves among these people, we present you in our PopUp-Art section selected art, which in our opinion can be particularly well combined with African tribal art.

 

Another section in which we deal with African tribal art in detail and in the context of other beautiful things is our Tribute Magazine. If the motto "Mix and Match" applies to the previously presented PopUp-Art section, the best way to title the rather editorial magazine section is "Research and Inspiration".  Here you will find interesting reports and interviews, enlightening background information on tribal art objects, collector portraits, surprising guest contributions and a growing variety of news from the wonderful world of art, architecture and interior design that we have found for you.

 

At the end of our short gallery tour we would like to draw your attention to the section that bears our name: Tribute. This name is representative of the great admiration we pay to African tribal art. In the Tribute section you can learn more about the primitive origin of our passion. 

 

Our regular visitors and customers include art lovers from Europe, the USA and Asia as well as interior designers and art dealers. We would be very pleased if we could also welcome you again soon. If you would like to, subscribe now to our Pre-Sale Newsletter at the bottom of this page or follow us on Facebook or Instagram. 

 

Sincerely yours

Alexander Dorn