Tribal arts comprise items made by tribal peoples, usually with utilitarian or ritual purposes, with artistic qualities reflecting the cultures in which they were made. Sites included in this category have significant information about Oceania tribal objects, their aesthetics, and/or their functions
Paintings and indigenous art by Western Desert Aboriginal artists.
A listing of Aboriginal art galleries, artists and where to find styles of Aboriginal art around the world.
Melbourne Aboriginal art and auction gallery.
Tribal artifacts site devoted to the areas of Melanesia, Polynesia, Micronesia and Australia. Offering expertise in identification and valuation services on items from the Pacific area.
Artist collective in Mataso Island, Vanuatu
Gallery concentrating on exhibitions, information and sale of works of Australian Aboriginal artists.
Collection of images and information from the San Francisco museum.
Aboriginal art, culture, news, exhibitions, and links. Dutch with English-language option.
French dealer specializing in Oceanic arts. Gallery, schedule of events, and other information.
Gallery in Gistel, Belgium exhibiting oceanic ethnic art. Main focus is Papua New Guinea and surrounding islands.
Aboriginal art exhibition of early Papunya paintings. Site includes articles,references, reviews and a video of an installation at Cornell University.
Showcases a range of original Maori and New Zealand made art and design, featuring traditional and contemporary Maori carving, original artworks, unique jewellery, furniture and genuine pounamu/greenstone.
Theresa Reihana, Maori artist, specialises in painting and creates multimedia relief prints based on her culture.
New Guinea oceanic art and material culture, including bowls, plates, drums, figures and masks.
Information about the contemporary Hawaiian arts and the sculpture of Bob Freitas.
Society dedicated to Pacific Island and Australian arts. Newsletter, exhibitions, publications, lectures, seminars.
Sales and information about tribal art from Australia, Oceania, Southeast Asia and Africa.
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