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|BRUNEAF (Brussels non European Art Fair) 2008
Photos page 2
|(above and left) Interior photos of Pierre
|(above) Olivier Castellano, who has a permanent gallery in Paris,
standing next to a wonderful Hemba figure in his temporary gallery
space in Brussels.
|At the end of rue Sainte Anne is a large space that
is occupied by several dealers which include -
Ambre Congo, Galerie SL, Kumbi Saleh and Maine
The 5 photos in this group were taken in that space.
|A selection of objects on display in Gallery Kumbi
|(above 4 photos) The interior of Galerij KAGU which always has a great selection of top quality objects.
The Baule monkey is one of my favorites that I've ever seen in person.
|Arguably one of the nicest gallery spaces in Brussels is Kevin Conru's
permanent gallery. His exhibition for BRUNEAF this year was basketry from
|Joshua Dimondstein's (DIMONDSTEIN Tribal Arts) gallery space.
|Gallery J. Visser on rue Lebeau is also another beautiful gallery
space, although I didn't capture the best part of it in this photo.
|Alain Lecomte and his wife in their temporary gallery space in Brussels.
|Serge Shoffel in his permanent gallery space in Brussels standing next
to a monumental Dayak Hampatong from Borneo.