#29 – Winter 2002
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The Spring 2020 issue of Tribal Art magazine offers a great selection of in depth articles and show reviews.
Presentation of the major exhibition at the MET in New York on the Sahel cultures.
Visit of the Easter Island exhibition now on view at the Muséum de la Rochelle in France.
Discovery of the collections of the Eskenazi Museum of Art from the Indiana University.
History of the extremely rare Aztec feather shields from the Landesmuseum Württemberg.
Meeting with Colette Ghysels, ethnic jewels and tribal art collector.
Historical article on the "Mostra di Arte Negra" held in Venice in 1922.
Fascinating porfolio on the West African photographers from the early 20th century.