Joe Loux. | blog
A private gallery in San Francisco featuring Asian and Tribal Art, ethnographic jewelry and textiles.
Tribal art, Oceanic art, ethnic jewelry, Southeast Asian art, tribal shields, Indonesian, art, New Guinea art, Indian gold, Polynesian clubs, Nepal tribal art, tribal textiles, Southwest Chinese art, Moroccan textiles, Pyu gold, Ainu textiles, Yi objects, ancient gold, Inuit art, Paiwan, ancient beads, Nepal mask, tribal figures
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We’re thrilled to be exhibiting in Parcours des Mondes in Paris, the world’s most prestigious tribal art fair!  We are showing at Galerie Couteron (16, rue Guénégaud 75006 Paris) alongside Brant Mackley, from 11-16 September 2018.

Our Vancouver guide book urged us to visit the Museum of Anthropology on the campus of the University of British Columbia. We gathered our family together, jumped in a taxi and travelled out of urban Vancouver to a more verdant suburb of the city, parking outside a building nestled into a woodland.  What we found, blew us away.

We are thrilled to own a painted leaf-shaped shield from the Central Highlands of Kenya, made by the Kikuyu people. This powerful and a pure form sculpture provides insight into an important rite-of-passage in Kikuyu culture.

Boomerangs are iconic objects of Aboriginal Australian art but their meaning within Aboriginal culture is not widely known. We have just acquired a boomerang that measures an impressive 59 inches – far too lengthy to be thrown as an instrument in hunting. Boomerangs of this scale were found in western Queensland and parts of South Australia.READ MORE