• 24 - 27 Mai 2018 BOURGOGNE TRIBAL SHOW 24 - 27 May 2018

    May,2018

    Not Available

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  • TEFAF NEW YORK SPRING 2018

    April,2018

    A great selection of Oceanic & Eskimo Art along side 25 early drawings by George Grosz...I hope you enjoy the show !

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  • TEFAF NY Spring 2018

    March,2018

    TEFAF NY Spring 2018 is coming soon to the Park Avenue Armory. I look forward to the pleasure of your visit at stand 71...

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  • Bourgogne Tribal Show - SAVE the DATE

    March,2018

    Once again we welcome you to the Bourgogne Tribal Show. It is the first commercial and international tribal-art fair to be held in a countryside location. Set deep in Burgundy, in idyllic rural surroundings, with a relaxed atmosphere that naturally lends itself to discovery, exchange and discussion, the Bourgogne Tribal Show offers a resolutely different experience. I invite you to come and discover in the exhibition rooms of Galerie Bruno Mory, situated in the hamlet of Besanceuil - Bonnay near the Abbey of Cluny. The international exhibitors - specialized in Tribal Art, Asian Art and Ancient Art - all look forward to you visit at the Third Bourgogne Tribal Show...

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  • A new web site / blog for Oceanic Art

    October,2017

    Voici le tout nouveau blog et site web des élèves et anciens élèves de l'Ecole du Louvre - Spécialisés en ART OCEANIEN !!!!

     https://casoar.org/

    Here is the all new blog and web site by the students and former students of the Ecole du Louvre - Specialized in OCEANIC ART !!!! 

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  • Fake Tabua in Fiji

    May,2017

    From the FIJI TIMES ONLINE : A investigation has been launched by the Ministry of iTaukei Affairs on the circulation and sale of fake tabua (whale's tooth) in the country. Being aware of this issue, which it said had been going on for some time, it took a serious twist when one of the fake whale's tooth was presented to the Prime Minister Rear Admiral (Ret) Voreqe Bainimarama, in one of his official engagements in Tailevu recently. iTaukei Affairs permanent secretary Savenaca Kaunisela said they confiscated more than 40 fake tabua last week. In an exclusive interview with The Fiji Times yesterday, he said the 40 tabua were confiscated from different places, with majority found in villages. "This is not the first time we had come across this issue. It has been going on for quite some time now until it was brought to our attention after we visited one of the villages in Tailevu last week," Mr Kaunisela said. "Fijian communities and villages are the very places where these fake tabua are found and the sad part is the villages are not even aware of this." He said they would conduct an investigation and find out the origin of the fake whale's tooth.

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  • A gift to the Volkenkunde Museum in Leiden

    May,2017

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  • Destruction By Australian Customs of a 200 year old French/Australian "herbier" from Le Have Museum

    May,2017

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  • Kiribati Armour at Cambridge

    March,2017

    The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is proud to present the focused results of an interdisciplinary collaboration.
    This new collaboration between the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and Tungaru: the Kiribati Project, focuses on the extraordinary suits of armour made in the small islands of Kiribati throughout the 19th century.
    By looking closely at the armour we will discover how these complex objects were made, worn and used. Other objects on display will explore the contemporary relevance of this armour to I-Kiribati people today. The display will also include a new suit of armour made especially for the Museum by artists Kaetaeta Watson, Lizzy Leckie and Chris Charteris.
    Exhibition curated by Alison Clark and Rachel Howie.
    The research leading to this exhibition has received funding from the European Research Council project Pacific Presences [http://pacificpresences.maa.cam.ac.uk] under the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme, grant agreement no.324146]11.
    The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is proud to present the focused results of an interdisciplinary collaboration.
    This new collaboration between the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and Tungaru: the Kiribati Project, focuses on the extraordinary suits of armour made in the small islands of Kiribati throughout the 19th century.
    By looking closely at the armour we will discover how these complex objects were made, worn and used. Other objects on display will explore the contemporary relevance of this armour to I-Kiribati people today. The display will also include a new suit of armour made especially for the Museum by artists Kaetaeta Watson, Lizzy Leckie and Chris Charteris.
    Exhibition curated by Alison Clark and Rachel Howie.
    The research leading to this exhibition has received funding from the European Research Council project Pacific Presences [http://pacificpresences.maa.cam.ac.uk] under the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme, grant agreement no.324146]11.

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  • Jeudi des Beaux Arts

    December,2016

    Le premier Jeudi des Beaux Arts de la nouvelle année aura lieu bien sûr le Jeudi 5 Janvier 2017. L'exposition "COURAGE" sera ouverte spécialement de 15h à 21h...

    Je profite de l'occasion pour vous souhaiter à tous une BONNE ANNEE et vous dis à très bientôt !! 

     

    The first Jeudi des Beaux Arts will take place of course on Thursday January 5th 2017. The exhibition "COURAGE" will be specially open from 3pm through 9pm...

    I wish you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR and look forward to seeing you soon !! 

      

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