The Madeleine Meunier Collection: Part II

Highlight on Two Fantastic and Rare Pieces

December 10, 2016 By: Aurore Krier-Mariani

We review two masterpieces coming up for sale at the Christie’s and Millon Madeleine Meunier auction on 15 December 2016 — a Luba-Shankadi headrest and a Kuyu figure collected by Aristide Courtois and Charles Ratton.

Dealer Spotlight

Amyas Naegele, United States

November 26, 2016 By: Adenike Cosgrove

"A great deal of authentic African art was still coming from the continent when I started. I experienced one region after another provide quality art and artefacts theretofore largely unknown to the market, appear and go into rapid decline."

The Madeleine Meunier Collection: Part I

The Fabulous Guard of Aristide Courtois'
and Charles Ratton's Treasures

November 24, 2016 By: Aurore Krier-Mariani

Near half a century later, Madeleine Meunier's incredible tribal art collection will be back on the market. View Bruno Claessens' selection of historic pieces coming up for auction on 15 December 2016.


Collector Spotlight

Arno Declercq, Belgium

November 06, 2016 By: Adenike Cosgrove

"The younger generation need to see African art integrated into timeless and stylish interiors - interiors that include and even highlight tribal art. We need to show that these ‘foreign objects’ can be incredibly beautiful and can add value to an interior."

In The Field, Part II

Cameroonian Festival Art In Situ

October 23, 2016 By: Adenike Cosgrove

Art in situ brings meaning and life to static objects. View the ceremonial masks of Cameroon in their natural settings in these field photographs.

Artist Spotlight

Victor Ehikhamenor, Nigeria

October 14, 2016 By: Adenike Cosgrove

Victor Ehikhamenor, born in Edo State, Nigeria, is an award winning visual artist, writer and photographer. He draws influences from traditional African motifs and religious cosmology. Read how classic African art influences his work.