Traditonal art from Africa, Oceania and the Americas will take center stage in Miami during Art Basel week with the first ever AOA Tribal Art, Miami show coming to the Adrienne Arsht Center November 30 - December 4.
Explore how modern art was conceived. At the end of the 19th Century famous artists work from the likes of Picasso, Matisse and Braque were all profoundly influenced by the Art from Africa, Oceania and the Americas.
This is the First exhibition ever in Miami during Art Basel Week to feature high quality traditional art from native cultures and first nations.
With a prime location inside the Adrienne Arsht Center, AOA Miami boasts some of the most famous names in the International Tribal Art Community. Dealers like Wayne Heathcote (UK) have been dealing in these native treasures for some 40 years.
View African masks, oceanic shields and house panels, as well as ancient zoomorphic vessels from pre-columbian peoples. All for sale these rare items are some of the last high-quality pieces of tribal art on the market and not in a museum.
David Cassera, owner and founder of the Madison Avenue Promenade (AOA New York) and NYC Tribal Art Week as well as Art Tribal Magazine has partnered with long time friend and entrepreneur Isaiah Fox to bring Art Basel Miami the long anticipated AOA Tribal Art show.
Dealers participating in the first annual AOA Tribal Art, Miami:
Cassera Arts Premiers - New York City/LaConner - casseraartspremiers.com
Wayne Heathcote - London/Miami
Throckmorton Fine Art - 145 E 57th Street, 3rd Floor - throckmorton-nyc.com
Stacey A. Giulianti - www.tribalarthunter.com
Luz Miriam Toro - New York City
Alaska on Madison - New York City - alaskaonmadison.com
Cremata Gallery - Miami - crematagallery.com
For more information and a map of locations: TribalArtMiami.com
AOA Tribal Art Miami 2011 show is organized by Tribal Art Miami LLC, an event planning and advertising company for exhibitors of all types of tribal art.
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