my apologies for the lack of post these last few months.. with a new book, two sales, two kids and a lovely wife, life has been rather hectic these past few months. While still on my mind, my heart and soul had other priorities than this blog. I do hope to spend some more time on it this summer! As always, there are plenty of exciting things going on in the African art scene.
In the meantime, we’re already working hard on our December sales – yes, plural, as we’ll have two again! On Tuesday 13 December, we’ll have our Various Owners sale – which will be presented in an exciting new catalogue format. And on Thursday 15 December, we have a very very exciting Single Owner sale. Highlights of both sales will be presented during Parcours des Mondes at Christie’s HQ in Paris from 8 to 13 September. There’s some more important news coming after the holidays. Don’t hesitate to get in touch, if you would like to consign objects for our December auction.
But for now, let me just wish you a great summer, full of joy, good company and great art.
ps some more African art in pop culture: the below screenshot comes from the trailer of the new Tarzan movie. Spot the Mongo wickerwork shields and Kuba daggers (and what look to be Pende axes) – I believe some parts of the movie plays in Congo. Funny they mixed the weapons of several cultures.