joint exhibition in Maastricht:
Art from Another World
Important ritual objects and adornments from indigenous cultures, Maastricht
Venue: Karavanserai, Rechtstraat 53 & 72, Maastricht
Vernisage: Friday, March 18, 4-9 pm
Exhibition at the Duesseldorf Antique and Art Fair.
November 18 – 21, 2009
Courtly Batiks from Central-Java
Opening: Wednesday, November 18, 7 pm
Opening Times: November 19 – 21, 2009, noon – 7 pm
Venue at GALERIE SMEND
Mainzer Straße 31 und 37
Fon 0221.31 20 47
Parking available in Rheinauhafen Tiefgarage, Bayenstraße, 50678 Köln
Exhibition accompanying the
Cologne Fine Art & Antiques
Galleries 27 and 28 Cork Street. Mayfair, London.
Tribal Perspectives was launched in 2007. The concept was thought up over a dinner in Philadelphia between three tribal art dealers: Bryan Reeves, Chris Boylan and Klaus Sachau. It began in 2007 in a single gallery space off Portobello Rd in Notting hill, London. The initial sucess led to its steady expansion with each year prominate dealers joining and the attendance and awareness of the event increasing significently.
To lift the profile further in 2009 the show has been moved to the heart of the London gallery district in Cork Street, Mayfair.
Tana-Sachau exhibited at the New York International Tribal and Textile Arts Show.
69th Regiment Armory, Lexington Avenue at 26th Street, New York City
Tana-Sachau exhibited at the San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts Show
Fort Mason Centre, San Francisco, CA
Tana-Sachau exhibited at The Amsterdam Tribal Art Fair
De Duif, Prinsengracht 756, Amsterdam
Also the second version of “Perspectives” was very successful. The five day exhibition of art from five different exhibitors also benefited to the fact that other local business’s along Blenheim Crecent, restaurants, Books for Cooks and the Travel Book Shop participated with window displays and special menu’s. Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith held their first European book launch of their limited edition double volume ‘Karo and Surma’.
Tana-Sachau exhibited at The New York International Tribal & Textile Arts Show.
Early May 2008 Tana-Sachau hosted the artist Behailu Bezabih at the Gallery in Germany.