FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York Tribal Art Week
May 9-15 ,2011
Showcasing traditional works of Art from Africa, Oceania and the Americas
WHO - For the second time in the United States the world’s leading tribal art galleries and dealers will participate in the New York City Tribal Art Week.. The selection of participants, each with their own unique areas of expertise, will provide a tribal art experience of the highest caliber. Those participating are:
Cassera Arts Premiers - 40 W 25th Street Gallery 16 - (212)873-1937
Mark Eglinton Tribal Art - 40 W 25th Street Gallery 226 - (646)675-7150
Nault Tribal Art - 40 W 25th Street Gallery 226 - (405)642-4414
Throckmorton Fine Art - 145 E 57th Street, 3rd Floor - (212)223-1059
Arte Primitivo, Howard S Rose Gallery, Inc. - 3 East 65th Street - (212)570-6999
Hemingway African Gallery - 1050 2nd Avenue at 55th Street, galleries 96 and 97 -(212)838-6350
Turner Gallery - 418 E 75th Street - (212)737-2650
Reynold C Kerr - By Appointment Only (212)737-7299
Tabwa Gallery - 66 Greenwich Av - (212)924-8444
Alan Steele - 87 E Houston Street - By appointment (212)966-3735
Sotheby's - 1334 York Ave at 72nd St
Bonhams - 580 Madison Av
WHAT - New York Tribal Art Week gallery exhibitions will showcase traditional African, Asian, Oceanic, American and Asian works of art of the highest quality, including rare masterpieces as well as more affordable items.
WHEN - May 9 to 15, 2011, coinciding with the Sotheby’s and Bonhams Tribal Art auctions.
WHY - Historically, New Yorkers have been among the foremost collectors of tribal art.
New York politicians, artists, business leaders, professionals, fashion moguls and celebrities such as Helena Rubinstein, Nelson Rockefeller, Andy Warhol, John Friedy and Robert Mapplethorpe have solidified the international tribal art market.
The goal of New York Tribal Art Week is to bring together those who share a common interest in the arts and to inspire a greater public knowledge of the cultural importance and artistic significance or non-western art forms.
Local and visiting collectors and aficionados, as well as anyone interested in tribal art or simply wanting to learn about this fascinating art form are invited to explore. There is no admission charge and everyone is welcome. This event will provide the opportunity to rediscover New York City’s galleries, which are among the best in the world, and will take place annually much like Asia Week.
A detailed map showing the location and contact number of each of the participants is available and can also be found on our website www.nyctribalartweek.com
For more information contact: Dave Cassera at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (310) 691-9391