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Tribal Art Fair 2016 – Sydney

 

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Wooden mask from Papua New Guinea – Wikipedia commons

Tribal Art is fascinating and now becoming a popular art collectors item.  From the start of tribal civilization, this form of art has been a way of handing down knowledge to new generations and differentiating between tribes.  Many objects are purely useful but there are also special objects with a spiritual purpose.

Check out this BBC video and get an understanding of Tribal Art.  If this interests you and you live in Sydney, click here for information on the Tribal Art Fair coming up in July.

 

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