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ABOUT

Founded after the 1960s, when African art objects began to arrive in Paris from Mali, Nigeria and the Cameroon, the gallery’s fame has grown through its presentation of rare objects such as Batcham masks from Zaire and other important pieces it still holds such as two Buli sculptures. The first gallery specializing in African tribal art to open on the Impasse Saint-Jacques in the Sablon district, it counts numerous museums amongst its clients, such as the Musée du Quai Branly and the Louvre in Paris, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. Today, the gallery presents works from old private collections and public sales.

Founded : 1967



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