20/04/2013

Madison Ancient and Tribal Art MATA New York 2013

MATA

MADISON ANCIENT AND TRIBAL ART

NEW YORK

TRIBAL ART WEEK

NEW YORK

MAY 2013

More information starting from the Official web site

http://madisonancientandtribalart.com/

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Press-release

World’s Top Dealers of African, Oceanic, and Indonesian Art & ObjectsCome Together For Group Show in NYC
On May 10th through May 16th, 2013 the Madison Ancient & Tribal Art
 
The show highlights will include objects including:
A Lefem Society
Figure from dealer Kevin Conru
(An important Lefem Society figure by one of Africa’s most renowned 19th century artists, Ateu Atsa, from
Cameroons. He was active between 1860 and 1900, and created some of most extraordinarily powerful works in the sculptural canon of African art.
Formerly in the collection of the Walter Potter Museum, Arundel, England);
The Kota Reliquary
Figure from dealer Adrian Schlag (Gabon Wood, Copper, Iron.
Height 56, 5 cm, 19th/20th century Provenance: Suisse private collection);
The
Songye Kifwebe Mask
from dealer Kevin Conru (Congo circa 1900, brought
to England in 1925 by O.A. Oeser. In 1946, he immigrated to Australia settling
in Melbourne where he acquired the object through the widow of O.A Oeser
via Deutcher/Hackett by private treaty);
The
Atei Figure
from dealer Adrian Schlag (from
Singarin, Agoram area, New Guinee. Wood,
pigments Height: 176 cm, 19th/20th century
Provenance: collection Ernst Heinrich,
Stuttgart); and the
Iatmul Pigment Dish/
Neck Rest
from dealer Bruce Frank.
Many collectors of ancient and tribal art
from across the country and abroad will be
in New York for the auctions. MATA aims to
captivate this audience with the shows wide
range of high caliber pieces to suit a broad range of collectors, unlike the auctions
which are limited to a certain number of objects, regions and price points.
The Arader Gallery is located at 1016 Madison Avenue (between 78th and 79th
streets) in New York City.
For more information as well as a slide show of objects, please visit
www.matanyc.com


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