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21. March 2022
Even the size must have been a challenge for any dancer of this impressive "Epa" mask. They are called "olomoyeye" or "eyelashe" - "bearer of many children", and they perform at the end of the big masked festivals.
Read more … Impressive "epa" masks
18. January 2022
Art works from European estates and private collections on March 26th in Würzburg. With a special catalogue of works from Africa and Japan from the Dr. Werner Zint (1938-2020) collection.
Read more … Africa, Oceania, Japan
14. October 2021
Ila Orangun along with Abeokuta, Oshogbo and Ekiti, this cities form one of the most important centres of traditional Yoruba wood carving. Sculptures from this region are among the best that the Yoruba have produced in this field.
Read more … The Munich Ibeji Collection
Art collections reflect the passion and commitment of the collector in a special way. This frequently quoted sentence applies particularly to artist collections such as those of the Dutch artist Piet Lepelaar.
Read more … The collection Lepelaar (Part II)
28. September 2021
Art works from European estates and private collections. The Munich private collection of Dr. Walter Grasser. The Dutch collection of Piet Lepelaar (Part II).
Read more … Africa, Oceania, Pre-Columbia
27. September 2021
Three months after the flood disaster, the people in the Rhine-Ahr region are still traumatised, the damage is immense. Solidarity is still vital. Together we can help!
Read more … Flood Disaster Charity Auction
03. September 2021
Art creates universal subjects - and vice versa. An impressive example is this cubist-geometric Bindji mask with pointed facial features and lively red and white pigmentation.
Read more … Collector's Items Sale
07. April 2021
The current publication "Transitional Art of the Tikar from Cameroon" by David Zemanek adds a new approach to the current restitution debate on traditional African art.
Read more … New publication
His collection mainly includes great art works from Indonesia and the Asmat cultures, alongside masks and figures from the Central African Congo regions and Angola. Some of them seem to be similar humorous as his own works.
Read more … Works from the Lepelaar art collection