The Bruneaf 2010 is in it’s XXth edition will take place this year in the streets around the Sablon in Brussels from 9-13 June 2010. The first day most galleries open at 3 P.M. together with the Parcours des Mondes fair, this European event is one of the best to find genuine African and tribal Arts from around the World, and collectors and dealers from everywhere join yearly to see beautiful things and meet with friends.
This is an amazing opportunity to see some truly breathtaking artwork. Whether you enjoy visiting galleries on the weekend or fancy tribal art hanging on your walls as you visit FoxyBingo or entertain guests, you’re sure to find something you like. Hopefully, you’ll enjoy yourself so much you might even make the event an annual visit.
More info to come…
David Norden: First let me ask what interested you initially in African Art, and how did you start dealing in the area.- Can you tell us what tribes and type of objects you sold best in the past? Do you see some actual trends?
Alain Naoum: Since I was a child I have been always interested by the history of mankind, like most children I imagine. Questions about where we came from, what was early man and life like, etc. always held my interest. I also really enjoyed reading the comics of “Tintin” – “Les Septs Boules de Crystal,” “Les Cigares du Pharaon,” etc. ...
Belgium: posted March 24, 2009 by David Norden
Please find below some images of the Eurantica Fair that will go on till next Sunday Marsh 29, 2009.
If you want to enter for free give me a phone call and I’ll ask at the entrance to let you enter in for free, just call +32 3 227.35.40 or mail me at email@example.com and give me your name. There are a few stands with some African and Ethnic Art. Find below images from three stands only dealing in African Art David Norden (stand E-15), galerie Kanem (E-20) who is run by Frantz Dufour (son of Alain Dufour) and Michael Vignold ( B-11 ) from Köln who worked previously as an expert for the Lempertz auction house.
Also worth mentionning is Daroun with some nice Naga house posts (stand B-19) and www.orient-antiques.be (stand C-16) . You can find all participating antiques dealers at http://www.eurantica.be/fr/exposants.html
Hope you enjoyed the images- since this is self-promotion I made the access free, but give joining our African Art Club insiders group a try, if you are an active African Art Lover.
David Norden, http://www.buyafricanantiques.com