Thematic exhibitions

Ivory Coast: An essential art form

Galerie Alain Bovis

With its diversity, from the wild to the extremely refined, from the archaic to the highly modern, from naturalism to abstraction, the art of Côte d'Ivoire never ceases to amaze us, offering a vast palette of styles for everyone to find their favorite!
Around forty items will be on sale.

Exhibition from April 23 to 28, 2024
9 rue des Beaux-Arts, 75006 Paris

Faces of the Himalayas

Alain Bovis et Frédéric Rond

Alain Bovis and Frédéric Rond will present a selection of fifty high-flying Himalayan masks, including iconic pieces (covers of reference catalogs, auction records...).
A publication will accompany the exhibition, with a foreword by Stéphane Martin.

Exhibition from April 23 to 28, 2024
Galerie du Crous, 11 rue des Beaux Arts, 75006 Paris


Galerie Yann Ferrandin

April, springtime, Paris Tribal. The beauty of blossoming trees does not let us forget the often more intimate beauty of objects designed with art, style and sensitivity.
As part of Paris Tribal, Galerie Yann Ferrandin is opening its new exhibition "OBJETS DE COLLECTION", a selection of traditional works from the ancient cultures of Africa, Oceania, North America and Japan, its areas of expertise. The objects chosen by our inflexible judgement as to authenticity and age, but also by our continual search for beauty and sensitivity, come from former private collections, some illustrious, some less so, or whose former owners wished to remain anonymous.

33 rue de Seine, 75006 Paris

Ghyslaine and Sylvain Staelens

Galerie Le Toit du Monde

Ghyslaine and Sylvain Staelens, born in Paris in 1960 and 1968 respectively, form a rare artistic duo. Combining their talents, they create works that emanate a mysterious aura and a captivating emotional flow. Faced with their joint creations - four hands - the viewer is immersed in the complexity of humanity, exploring its fears, anxieties, hopes and ramblings.

6 rue Visconti, 75006 Paris

Ako Dantsu Rugs -The art of Japanese hospitality-

Galerie Kiyama

Antique Ako Dantsu rugs are very rare and precious even in Japan, and the fact that they were made in Japan, the land of tatami mats, is very surprising to Europeans.
At the same time, the exhibition presents rugs that were precious and therefore appreciated as tools for receiving guests and setting up for guests.

4 rue des Beaux-Arts, 75006 Paris

Gods and Heroes, Kriss handles from the Malay Archipelago.

Galerie Cédric le Dauphin

Galerie du Crous, 11 rue des Beaux-Arts, 75006 Paris

Objects from the Far North

Galerie Franck Marcelin

Exhibition on the theme of objects from the Far North

Galerie Ange Basso, 22 rue de Seine 75006 Paris

Bronze 99

Galerie Meyer

A Journey into the Beliefs of Africa

Taking a step to the side, Anthony JP Meyer unveils his collection of 99 African bronze miniatures. Produced using the lost-wax casting process, these ancient pieces from the 17th to 19th centuries immerse us in the cultural beliefs of Africa with statues depicting anthropomorphic and zoomorphic figures, including deities, musicians, couples, crocodiles, birds, as well as tools and jewelry.
This exhibition offers a wonderful opportunity to discover the art and spirituality of these remarkable bronze miniatures. Each piece tells a story, evoking the customs, beliefs, and traditions of the rich and fascinating cultures of the African continent.

April 23 to June 1, 2024
17 rue des Beaux-Arts, 75006 Paris


Galerie Mingei

5 rue Visconti, 75006 Paris

Photo : © Michel Gurfinkel – Galerie Mingei Paris

Convulsive beauty

Galerie Monbrison

2 rue des Beaux-Arts, 75006 Paris

Photo : © Hughes Dubois

PAKKO: Igorot spoons and ladles

Galerie David Serra

38 rue de Seine, 75006 Paris


Galerie Pablo Touchaleaume

For this new edition, the Galerie Pablo Touchaleaume presents a thematic exhibition entitled "IPHRI".

Galerie Vallois, 35 rue de Seine, 75006 Paris

Photo : © Francois Mallet

Masks of Oceania

Voyageurs & Curieux

For the eleventh edition of Paris Tribal, the Voyageurs & Curieux gallery will be presenting two exhibitions.
The first, MASKS OF OCEANIA, will be held at 20 rue Mazarine at the back of the courtyard.