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29. January 2018
As of January 1 this year, Dr. David Zemanek took over the management and overall responsibility for Germany's leading Tribal Art auction house Zemanek-Münster.
Read more … Change of owner at Zemanek-Münster
27. November 2017
»Be passionate about the work you collect. Don't only look at the provenance of an object but also consider its artistic qualities. There is no masterpiece waiting for you ...«
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06. November 2017
This very graceful and detailed „maternité" sculpture from around 1920 is from the Agba workshop of the Baule. It is part of the extensive Tribal Art auction offered on the 11th of November, 2017. Insights even now!
Read more … A masterpiece from the Agba workshop
03. November 2017
This work (Lot 258) dates from the late 19th century and was shown in the landmark exhibition in Paris in 1923. With a post by John Warne Monroe.
Read more … An iconic Guro mask
26. October 2017
Zemanek-Münster has expanded its service. From now on, you have the opportunity to bid live on our website during the auction: uncomplicated and without additional charges.
Read more … NEW: Online live bidding on our website
23. October 2017
The collection comprises 14 art works, including classic Punu masks from different periods, carved by the creators of the so-called "White Masks of Ogooué«, which Schweitzer gave over the years to Emmy Martin.
Read more … Objects from the Albert Schweitzer Collection
02. October 2017
The present offer with around 60 works forms the second part of his considerable estate, among others this very beautiful Baule figure as well as this Ashanti speaker's staff covered with gold leaf.
Read more … The Heinz Kolerski collection. Part II
African art from Mali, Burkina Faso, Togo, Benin and the Congo, among them the ‘mvunzi’ figure of the Holo. 60 pieces of art of his collection will be auctioned.
Read more … Collection Günter Filla Bochum
Some especially precious objects as gifts from the Baule-women to the New York ethnologist Mona Etienne as a sign of their appreciation.
Read more … Heddle pulleys from the Mona Etienne collection