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12. June 2019
The history of the Luba and Hemba is intimately intertwined. In cultural terms, this can be seen in the cult of ancestors, in the secret societies, but it is especially evident in the art style of their fascinating sculptural carvings.
Read more … Art of the Luba People
06. June 2019
It is thirty years ago that René Rickli opened his collection to the public. The upcoming auction is now presenting an exciting selection.
Read more … Classics from the Rickli Collection
One of the unquestionably most beautiful Ibejis alongside classics such as the Sikasingo figure, ex Josef Mueller, and an archaic early Tellem statuette, ex Lance Entwistle, belonging to the estate of Alfred Angst.
Read more … Works from the Angst Collection
Early, ornate works of the Herero and Ovambo people are extremely rare thus making this objects from the Germann colonial times even more significant.
Read more … From the collections Peters and Klinkmüller
28. February 2019
The march auction presents works ranging from naturalism to expressionism, from concrete to abstract, from rare to classic. What unites them is the unimaginable freedom of artistic interpretation.
Read more … A piece of art history
14. February 2019
With works by artists who brought together tradition and groundbreaking creativity, thus finding their permanent place in collections of the modern and avant-garde.
Read more … The charm of diversity
The appreciation of West African gold objects is based on their richness of form and a highly sophisticated craftsmanship. In every detail we understand, our admiration for their craftsmanship and skill grows
Read more … Gold ornaments from the Hartmann Collection
29. January 2019
Experience the variety of forms and motifs, individual aesthetics and highest craftsmanship. Encounter works that not only include the visible.
Read more … Royal arts of the Akan people
05. November 2018
The auction connects world cultures and shows once again the close intertwining and mutual influence of their masters. Insights even now!
Read more … On equal terms: Classic & Contemporary