Tribal Art London - 2019 Tours programme

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TAL 2019 TOURS

Tribal Art London Fair 2019 is excited to announce three tours as part of its event programme. Each tour will be conducted by a passionate Tribal expert. Tours are free however please note entry to the fair is £5, which includes the fair catalogue. Profits from the entry fee are donated to TAL's fair charity partner EdUKaid. Visit https://www.edukaid.com/ for more details about our Charity partner and https://www.tribalartlondon.com/ for more details about this year's fair.

Below are details of each tour and start times, please specify when booking which tour you would like to attend.


Joss Graham - Textile Specialist

Wednesday 4th Sept 2:30

Joss Graham opened his shop in central London in 1980. It has since become a well-known
destination for collectors, travellers, interior designers and all those who have a passion for
handmade fabrics from around the world.
Specialising in traditional textiles and costume from the Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Tibet,North and West Africa, the repertoire has expanded over the years to incorporate paintings, wood and stone sculpture, ceramics, baskets and jewellery.
Joss’s tour will focus on many of the fine pieces of textile on show at TAL, their uses, hidden iconography and history of craftsmanship.

Ronnie Archer Morgan - Expert on The Antiques Road Show

Thursday 5th Sept 2:30
Ronnie Archer-Morgan has been working in the antique business for 30 years. Well known as an expert on The Antiques Road Show, he is an independent specialist working largely for private clients and galleries. He has a particular interest in locating and identifying ethnic, tribal and folk art.
Ronnie’s tour follows the theme of this year’s TAL fair; Mother, Muse and Maker identifying objects on show that celebrate women and their role in Tribal culture.

Jonathan Lowen - Well know Tribal Art Collector

Friday 6th Sept 2.30pm
‘Twists and Turns’ - snakes and their significance in the carving of status and
diviners staffs in Southern Africa.
Well, known African tribal art collector, Jonathan Lowen will offer his personal
interpretation on the potency of these objects that goes beyond their simple
appearance.

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