Authentic African Art is Coming to Los Angeles for One Weekend ONLY!!
RSVP Required -- Admission is Free with RSVP by Clicking on this Link!
The Los Angeles African Art Show II is a strictly vetted exhibition and sale for serious African art collectors, enthusiasts, designers and modern and fine art collectors seeking to enhance or compliment their collections with authentic, antique African art. Material is represented from over 40 internationally recognized dealers and two special features included are a selection of beautiful antique tribal art from Sierra Leone and a large, stunning selection of antique Ibeji twin figures from Nigeria.
Thursday April 14, 2016 6 pm - 9 pm RSVP Required for VIP Opening
Friday, April 15 11 am to 7 pm
Saturday April 16 11 am to 7 pm
Sunday April 17 10 am to 5 pm
Venice Arts Center, 1702 Lincoln Blvd, Venice, CA 90291
Contact phone number: (415) 362-6601
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Free Valet Parking for Registered Guests during VIP Opening
All major credit cards accepted
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Following the great success of its groundbreaking first public show in Santa Monica in 2013, the Los Angeles African Art Show is now returning to L.A., in a larger, more exciting public venue and with an expanded format at the Venice Arts Center on Lincoln Boulevard in Los Angeles. This Show is only the second major, strictly vetted exclusively African art exhibition and sale of this type and scale to take place in Los Angeles since the 1970s. With a VIP opening night cocktail party on Thursday, April 14 from 6 pm to 9 pm, the Show will run through Sunday, April 17, 2016. Hosted by Berz Gallery of African Art (San Francisco and Mexico City), one of the leading dealers of authentic antique African art, the Los Angeles African Art Show is the premiere, one-weekend only event for Los Angeles buyers, collectors, and enthusiasts with an interest in elite quality antique African art. The Show is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to buy and view over 100 pieces of museum quality African art, supplied by over 30 of the the preeminent African art dealers in Paris, Brussels, Barcelona, and New York and sourced from rarely-accessed private collections throughout the world. For buyers and collectors, provided with each piece are extensive dossiers which provide history, age and background on each object and a certificate of authenticity.
Dogon Sacred Shrine Figure, 17th century
Pair of Twins ere ibeji, Yoruba Tribe, Nigeria, early 20th century
Finial with Disk in Aluminum Casing, Hemba People, DR Congo, Ex. Marc Felix, early 20th century