- 20th-century Decorative Art
- Arms and Armour
- Books, Manuscripts and Maps
- Classical Antiquities, Coins and Medals
- Clocks, Barometers and instruments
- Jewellery, Snuff Boxes and Miniatures
- Medieval art
- Modern Art
- Oriental and Asian Art
- Paintings, Drawings and Prints
- Porcelain, Ceramics and Glass
- Tribal and Pre-Columbian Art
- Textiles, Carpets and Tapestries
- Works of Art
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Brussels Non European Art Fair, celebrates 50 years of independence of the Congo
This year BRUNEAF celebrates its 20th catalogue and the 50 years of independence of the Republic of Congo. The Brussels Non European Art Fair has become one of the leading events displaying non-European art, covering fields as diverse as African, Oceania, Indonesian, pre-Columbian, Asiatic and Australian Aboriginal art.
Sculptures, masks, fetishes, weaponry, jewellery, coins, fabrics, traditional objects executed by ethnic groups according to their own particular customs and worked in wood, metal, gold, silver, bronze, ivory or terra cotta - the objects on exhibit are ritual or domestic artefacts, combining shape with ornamental design.
The BRUNEAF was established by 5 merchant friends on Friday the 13th 1983. Ever since the fair for ethnographical art has proven to be an event with appealing ingredients such as a typical warm-hearted Belgium hospitality and broad mixture of exhibiters. The great success of the event is particularly notable due to the attraction of non-member dealers and scruples dealers, who open-up a temporary shop during the event.
9-13 june 2010
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